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Linux Workflow Software - Create Workflow Diagrams Freely

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Posted by James Freeman | 05/19/2020
This Workflow Diagramming Software for Linux with various free workflow templates and symbols enables you to draw workflow diagrams as you like.

Workflow Software for Linux - Overview

Edraw Workflow Software for Linux provides a variety workflow diagrams shapes and templates for users. You can design workflow diagrams you want quickly.

Workflow Software for Linux

Free Download This Workflow Program and Draw Workflow Diagram on Linux:

Edraw Max: a swiss knife for all your diagramming need

  • Effortlessly create over 280 types of diagrams.
  • Provide various templates & symbols to match your needs.
  • Drag and drop interface and easy to use
  • Customize every detail by using smart and dynamic toolkits.
  • Compatible with a variety of file formats, such as MS Office, Visio, PDF, etc.
  • Feel free to export, print and share your diagrams.

System Requirements

Compatible with Linux system including Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mint, Knoppix, RedHat, Gentoo and More.

Features of This Linux Workflow Software

  • An extensive collection of built-in symbols and graphics are available for customizing your workflow diagrams.
  • Beautiful themes options with advanced effects. Users can change the active theme in seconds.
  • A set of smart tools are available for automatic formatting. You are able to easily arrange, rotate, group and align objects.
  • Users are allowed to export the designed workflow diagrams to other format such as JPEG, PDF, SVG, HTML, Word, PPT, PowerPoint and so on.

Workflow Symbols

Abundant vector workflow symbols such as department symbols, workflow steps and workflow objects, etc. are available in this Linux workflow diagram tool.

Work Flow Department Symbols:

Workflow Department Symbols

Work Flow Object Symbols:

Workflow Object Symbols

How to Create Workflow Diagram on Linux

With this software, you can draw workflow diagram on Linux effortlessly:

  1. Open A Workflow Diagram Template to Get Started. Navigate to"File" menu > "New". Double click "Flowchart", and then choose a template.
  2. Add Workflow Shapes. Go to the library on the left panel, drag the shapes you need onto the canvas.
  3. Add Catogery onto the Drawing Page. Select a catogery you want, drag it to the drawing page and then position it.
  4. Edit Text Content. Double click a shape and then type your words.
  5. Connect Shapes. Hover your mouse over each shape and click one of the arrows that appears along its border to link it to an adjacent shape with a connector.
  6. Save or Export Completed Workflow Diagram. Hit "Save" on "File" tab to save the file as the default eddx format, or you can click "Save as" on "File" tab to export to other formats such as jpg, png, pdf, html, etc.

Learn more detailed guide on how to create workflow diagram.

Workflow Examples

Below are some workflow examples made by our workflow diagram program for Linux. You can free download, edit, even shar them on your social media.

E-assignment Workflow Example:

E-assignment Workflow Example

Material Management Workflow Example:

Material Management Workflow Example

Logistic Management Workflow Example:

Logistic Management Workflow Example

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Get Started! You Will Love This Easy-To-Use Diagram Software.

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