Tools and Templates to Draw Use Case Diagrams

  • Many use case templates and examples covering common scenarios
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Advantages of Using a Use Case Diagram Software

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.

An online use case diagramming tool enhances the benefits you get from drawing a use case. If you edit it multiple times the final version will remain clean. You can easily share your diagram and verify the results. And you get access to it from anywhere in the world. The list goes on and on.

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.

Tutorials, Blog Posts and Case Studies about use-cases

Use Case Diagram Relationships Explained with Examples

When it comes to drawing use case diagrams one area many struggles with is showing various relationships in use case diagrams. In fact many tend to confuse <<extend>>, <<include>> and generalization. This article will look into various use case diagram...

Use Case Diagram Guidelines for Better Use Cases

When it comes to analyzing the requirement of a system use case diagrams are second to none. They are visual and usually very easy to understand. The following use case diagram guidelines will help you to create better use cases...

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.