Help A powerful tool for creating a flow diagram-like page. You can use it to create a learning path page, for example.
Path page vs Path Diagram
A Path is a page with an embedded item named Path Diagram. A Path Diagram has draggable and resizable rectangular boxes (nodes) of content connected by lines or arrows at one or more of the four connection handles.
A Path Diagram is NOT an image, but like an image it is created by Path Diagram Editor embedded within the Path page editor. That is why you see a separate Launch/Quit editor menu bar inside the Path page (right after the main body).
Save and reuse
Even when you are viewing someone else's path page, you can edit and save the embeded path diagram into your workspace. On your path page, you can browse and insert a path diagram from your workspace.
[Note: This page lets you create only a path diagram and save. To create a path page, use 'Add content' link in right sidebar, or 'Workspace' link in top menubar.]
The embedded Path Diagram editing tool is based on a minimalistic browser-based flowchart editor zNode. There are many other online tools with powerful drawing features (e.g., Gliffy, Draw, Diagramo), but we think that simple boxes with HTML editor for box-content is easy to use and will serve the purpose.