|Sankey Flow Show||Attractive flow diagrams made in minutes|
|Organize your files and save them to Google Drive™.|
|You decide in the registration form (or in your personal settings) whether you want to login with your Google+ account.|
|In case you signed up with Google+, you can save your diagrams in your Google Drive™...|
|...and copy your diagrams from your Google Drive™ to the local browser database or to the Sankey Flow Show cloud storage and vice versa.|
|Export your diagrams for further use.|
|You can export your diagrams to your Google Drive™ or download them to your local computer. Sankey Flow Show supports the most important file formats:|
|.sankey||Native data format for sankey diagram data||Use this format, if you want to create a backup on your local computer or somewhere else. At a later time you can upload the .sankey file to edit it again with Sankey Flow Show.|
|SVG||Scalable Vector Graphics||XML based vector graphics file format supported by all major modern web browsers. As the name tells, svg images are scalable without pixel effects. SVG is a very memory efficient format.|
Use this format, if you want to embed it into html or if your target application (e. g. text processing) supports svg.
|PNG||Portable Network Graphics||Raster graphics file format with lossless data compression and a possible alpha channel.|
Use this format, in case that your image contains transparent areas or areas with an opacity lower than 100 %.
|JPEG||Joint Photographic Experts Group||Raster graphics file format with lossy data compression without an alpha channel.|
Use this format, in case that your image contains no transparent areas and no areas with an opacity lower than 100 % and if you need smaller files than png.
|Portable Document Format||File format used to present documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems.|
Use this format, i.e. for communication with other persons.
|See how revisioning helps to recover earlier revisions of your diagram.|
|Sankey Flow Show automatically saves your changes and provides a history of your current session.|
|Undo and Redo functions are accessible via buttons and via the keyboard shortcuts <ctrl>-z and <ctrl>-y|
|When you close a diagram, all your session changes are aggregated to a revision. The same happens when you click at the menu item "Save revision".|
|View older revisions of your diagram with just a click on an entry in the session history or the revision history.|
|Share, collaborate and communicate: Use the features of a modern web app.|
|Collaborate live with a co-worker in another place.|
|Share your diagrams with other people...|
|...and chat with them while working with a diagram.|