Drawing flowcharts in Powerpoint or Keynote is possible, but usually slow and horrible.
What if you need a way of doing it that's almost as quick as scribbling it on a piece of paper?
I searched on Google for some free flowchart software and just got loads of ads trying to sell me something for 'free', so I took a look into inbound.org (where all the cool kids hang out), and literally within about 20 seconds and 3 clicks, I was already drawing the flowchart I needed.
Awesome stuff, and it's genuinely free. I picked up a few other useful resources on my search (like a guide to what all the shapes mean).
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Diagramly is a free online diagram drawing application. You can use it to create UML, entity relationship, org charts, BPMN and BPM , database schema and networks. Also possible are telecommunication network, workflow, flowcharts, maps overlays and GIS, electronic circuit and social network diagrams. Continue Reading