Visio for the web FAQ
Get answers to frequently asked questions about Visio for the web.
Create, view, edit, and share diagrams—either in Visio for the web or directly in Microsoft Teams—as part of your Microsoft 365 subscription.
Visio in Microsoft 365 brings core Visio capabilities to Microsoft 365 and helps you create flowcharts, basic network diagrams, Venn diagrams, block diagrams, and business matrices.
Bring your ideas to life with powerful Visio flowchart creator features. Use basic shapes, stencils, and templates to turn information into effective workflows and processes.
Simplify your system design process and illustrate how devices and networks all work together with basic network templates, shapes, and connector tools.
Illustrate and explain the logical relationships, similarities, and differences between sets or groups of objects using vibrant, overlapping circles.
Design, visualize, and improve your systems, processes, and feedback loops with a selection of templates, 2D and 3D shapes, and directional lines.
Show relationships between concepts. Easily create 2x2 or 3x3 matrices, SWOT analysis, Ansoff matrix, BCG matrix, or quadrant analysis diagrams with ready-made templates and shapes.
Enjoy a familiar start experience—similar to other Office 365 apps. Easily open Visio files that have been recently edited, accessed, and reviewed by your colleagues or quickly find the right template.
Work with colleagues and see diagram changes in real time, as if working together in person. See where coauthors are working in the file and what they’re working on—down to the specific shape.
Create new diagrams and save existing ones in Teams. Then add your Visio diagram as a tab in a Teams channel or chat. Use comments to collaborate with colleagues and @mentions to get a team member’s attention.
Use the Visio Data Visualizer add-in to automatically create basic flowcharts, cross-functional flowcharts, and org charts in Excel. These include shapes, connections, and data linking from Excel tables.
Export your diagram—or parts of it—as a JPEG or PNG file with customization options for resolution, transparency, and size. Then add your diagram to other Office files.