Create a diagram from any apps in seconds
Map out user journeys only by snapping screenshots and let the Screenshot Flow app do the rest. Your newly created diagram will sync seamlessly with Google Drive ready to be shared or edited further.
Screenshot Flow is a screen grab app that can also generate clever user journey diagrams from screenshots to communicate with others about an app's design and workings. It is fully integrated with Google Drive and provides a diagram viewer online to keep stuff quick & easy. Diagrams are compatible with draw.io for almost limitless options for editing.
The app works in two modes:
SIMPLE SCREENSHOT MODE:
If you only need screenshots we still have you covered. The images upload to Google Drive immediately. No fiddling, seamless, it just works!
SCREENSHOT FLOW DIAGRAM MODE:
Take multiple screenshots and mark the position where the user interacts with the screen. When you are done, the app will show the newly created diagram which will upload to your Google Drive after saving it. You can then open the file directly from your Google Drive by installing our Google Drive app or open it with any modern browsers. You can also share a link to your new diagram straight from the app to save you time. Should you need more you can even edit the diagram to your heart's content with supported 3rd party tools such as draw.io online.
Please don't forget to give us your feedback and suggestions (using the 💡button in the mobile app). We'll jump right on fixing issues if any and we're keen on adding new features!
tl;dr - Why this app was built:
It's a cumbersome process creating a diagram of an existing app design with its user interactions, be it for discussions with developers, marketing/sales people or end users. Taking a bunch of screenshots and edit them into a diagram is one way to do it, yet it takes an unnecessary amount of fiddling to do. Well, not anymore, as this app can save you lots of time with that. Within a minute Screenshot Flow can produce a diagram so you can analyse it , share it or use it as a basis for more complicated drawings online.
Fixed connection Google bug