Flowchart Creator

Create flowcharts, process diagrams, org charts, UML, ER and network diagrams and more

Flowchart Creator is a cross-platform flowchart design program that is compatible with Mac OS X, Windows and Linux systems. It offers a drag-and-drop interface and a large variety of built-in symbols for flowchart, data flow diagram, BPMN and workflow diagram design. No matter you are a newbie or an expert, you can deal with it at first sight and make marvelous flowcharts with only a few clicks.

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Benefits of Flow Chart Creator

It is a free online diagram software, not only to be used for flowcharts but process diagrams, org charts, UML, ER and network diagrams. It is an open platform where you can create and share diagrams. It’s integrated with the tools you already use.

Our program has included all types of flowchart symbols in the built-in libraries. The symbols strictly follow the industry standard; however, they are also highly-customizable if you still think they cannot satisfy your requirements. You are allowed to change color, adjust line styles, and customize everything.

What is a flowchart?

Flow Charts map out a process using a series of connected symbols, which makes the process easy to understand and aids in its communication with other people. Flow Charts are useful for explaining how a complex and/or abstract procedure, system, concept, or algorithm works.


A flow chart is also known as Flow Diagram, Flow Process Chart, Process Chart, Process Map, Process Model, Work Flow Diagram. This type of diagram is used to show the sequential steps of a process.

Drawing a Flow Chart can also help in planning and developing a process or improving an existing one. Symbols are divided up and standardized into different types that each have their particular shape. Labels for each step are written inside of the symbol shape. Flow Charts begin and end with a curved rectangle to signify the start and finishing of the process. Lines or arrows are used to show the direction of flow from one step in the process to another. Simple instructions or actions are represented by a rectangle. While a diamond shape is used when a decision is needed. Many other symbols can be used in Flow Chart. Flow Charts can run horizontally or vertically.