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Tools, Templates and Resources to Draw Use Case Diagrams Online

Use case diagrams are used to present a graphical overview of the functionality of a system. With Creately you can draw use case diagrams and many other UML diagram types. Your entire diagrams stored in one place for easy accessibility.

Our professionally designed use case templates help you to get started fast. And with our diagram linking feature you can connect your use case diagram to other related diagram like data flow diagrams etc.

Use case diagrams are usually used in the planning stage when many people are involved. Use our real-time collaboration functionality to share and work together on your use case diagram.

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UML Use Case Diagrams Explained

Use Case diagrams are used to identify the primary elements and processes that form the system. They are also great storyboard tools for user meetings. They define the requirements of the system being modeled and hence are used to write test scripts for the modeled system. Check out use case diagram tutorial for a detailed guide.

UML Use Case Diagram Objects Explained

Visit the UML Use Case Objects page to get an understanding of all the objects used for UML Use Case diagramming. All these objects are available as a library in Creately so it's just a matter of dragging and dropping objects when you want to create a use case diagram.

Examples and Using use-cases in the real world

Choosing the right UML Diagram

If you're a newbie when it comes to all things UML, this really is the perfect starting point for you.

Articles, Tutorials & Blog posts on use-cases

Basics of UML Use Case Diagrams

Use case diagrams can be defined as behavior diagrams that are used to describe a set of actions (use cases) that some system or systems (subject) should or can perform in collaboration with one or...

A beginner's introduction to UML Diagramming

While there are many types of UML diagrams, let’s concentrate on the building blocks of UML Diagrams here.