New OneDrive + Zapier integrations for better collaboration

New OneDrive + Zapier integrations for better collaboration

Collaboration is about working together, and we’re always looking for ways to help you collaborate across your tech stack. Today, we’re introducing two new Cacoo integrations: MS OneDrive and Zapier!

Cacoo’s OneDrive integration

Easily import images from OneDrive into your Cacoo diagrams. Simply select the “Import” icon from your left-hand tool menu and then select OneDrive. Choose the images you would like to add, and voila! Your diagram is looking better than ever —all without leaving the comfort of your Cacoo canvas.

Cacoo’s Zapier integration

Zapier offers 2000+ app integrations you can use to automate tasks across your various apps with Cacoo. All you need is a trigger and an action.

For example: If you used Zapier to integrate Cacoo with Slack, you could set up Zaps so that:

  • When a new channel is created in Slack → Cacoo creates a new diagram
  • When a new diagram is created in Cacoo → Slack sends a message to a channel or a DM to an individual
  • When a new user is added to a channel → Cacoo duplicates a diagram (useful for things like onboarding staff & clients)

Using Zapier to automate these small tasks between Cacoo and other apps saves you time, so you can focus your energy on more important work.

To get started, simply locate Cacoo on the Zapier apps page, and create a new Zap.

Cacoo integrations

Cacoo provides collaborative diagramming for modern teams. Whether you’re creating wireframes, flowcharts, mind maps, network diagrams, UML diagrams, or something else entirely, Cacoo makes the process easy, seamless, and collaborative from start to finish.

Keep an eye on our growing list of integrations, as we continue to connect to your favorite apps like Google Drive, AWS, Dropbox, Box, and others.

Brandi Gratis Brandi is a Content Marketing Manager at Nulab — the creators of Cacoo, Backlog, and Typetalk. She regularly contributes and edits content for all of Nulab's websites and blogs.