All-Request Round-Up: 5 new features that you and your team will love!

One of the inspiring things about working at Moqups is the dedication of our core users. They don’t just like Moqups – they love it!

And that passion translates into a commitment to our product, and to its constant refinement. On a regular basis, we get their requests, suggestions, and demands.

Because our customers are often experienced UI/UX designers and developers, their suggestions are invariably on point and detailed – the kind of feedback that gets our attention and fast-tracks improvements.

So, today’s post is dedicated to you, and to new features developed specifically at your request.

Redesigned Image and Template Libraries


Users have rightly expected better asset management capability from these libraries. After all, if you can create and nest folders in your OS, it’s reasonable to expect that you could do so within Moqups too.

We heard you and, as a result, we’ve reimagined both libraries to make it easier to manage dozens – even hundreds – of assets.

It starts with the ability to create, organize, and nest folders. You’ll see the New Folder icon right in the library toolbar. And, in the ‘More actions’ menu, or by right-clicking, you’ll find the following additional options: New folder with selection, Rename, and Delete.

Quickly creating a folder from a selection of assets is not the only new mass-functionality. You can also select multiple images or templates via Ctrl/Cmd or Shift and perform bulk operations – dragging and dropping onto a page, reorganizing whole groups of assets, or quickly deleting multiple files.

And, to make it easier to find your images and templates, we’ve added the ability to toggle between Grid View and Tree View options.

For images, we’ve added a Download option so that you can download previously uploaded images and image-folders.

In addition to all these changes, we’ve introduced Team and Project categories to both the Image and Template libraries in order to give you and your team more workflow flexibility. A drop-down at the top of the panel lets you quickly choose between them.

The Team category allows you to upload and share commonly used assets – like logos and branded assets – with the rest of your team, and across all your projects. And, with the Project category, your team can streamline their workflow by assembling only those assets relevant to the project at hand.

Finally, we’ve changed the rules by which images are added to the library.

If you want an image added to the library, you can still use the Upload button, or simply drag and drop them directly onto the Image Panel itself – just as before. And from the library, you can add these images to the page by double-clicking or by drag-and-drop. No change here!

However, if you bypass the library step, by adding an image directly to a page from an external source (i.e. outside of the Image Library itself) – either by using copy-paste or drag-and-drop – that image will no longer be automatically added to your library.

We made this change because of a workflow our customers have adopted for brainstorming and competitor research. To create mood and idea boards, they quickly paste dozens of relevant screenshots onto a Moqups page. Once there, they can annotate and comment on the images to refine their ideas and build consensus.

However, the sheer volume of these ephemeral images can end up cluttering the ongoing Image Library. So, to avoid that problem, we’ve made it so that images that are copy-pasted or drag-and-dropped directly onto the page are not added automatically.

If, however, you want to add one of these temporary images to the permanent library, just right click on it, and select “Add to library…”

Copy & Paste Pages Between Projects


Users have long wanted the ability to share pages between projects – or break away selected pages for focused work, experimentation, and iteration.

In the past, the only way to transfer content from one project to another was to go page by page, select all the objects, and manually paste them into the new location. It was laborious, frustrating, and prone to all kinds of errors and omissions.

Now, it’s simple, quick, and foolproof:

  1. Select the pages and/or folders you wish to copy.
  2. Right-click and choose ‘Copy pages’ from the Context Menu.
  3. Select the browser tab of your destination project.
  4. Right-click on that project’s Pages Panel and choose ‘Paste pages’.
  5. To nest copied pages within an existing folder, click on that folder before you paste.

Within the same project, you can also use this feature to duplicate a whole section of the Page Tree, and paste it to a specific location within that project’s structure.

Touchpad Zoom


We know our users’ fingers were getting itchy, just waiting for this feature. After all, you inundated Support with requests. Making it happen was a genuine technical challenge, so we are thrilled to deliver it!

Now, you can Zoom in and out just by using two fingers on the touchpad (or Cmd/Ctrl + Mouse-Wheel). And zooming when using the keyboard or toolbar centers the zoom on an object when you have one selected.

This makes granular refinement and adjustment infinitely quicker and effortless.

Remove Background Color from Images & Improved Cropping


We’ve always designed Moqups so that you can stay within a single creative context for so many kinds of related work – charting, diagramming, wireframing, prototyping, and collaborating.

So when we heard that users were jumping out of Moqups because we lacked this specific image-editing capability, we resolved to do something about it.

Now, we’ve added this little bit of magic to our app so you can selectively remove any color from an image and make it transparent.

This is particularly useful during the creation of preliminary mockups, when you cobble together images, logos, and other kinds of visual references. Even though these elements are just temporary stand-ins for subsequent, more polished design elements, they still have to be slick and professional enough to be persuasive.

Inevitably that means cropping, stacking, adjusting, and grouping these assets to create a credible draft. You may need to quickly remove the background color from a logo, eliminate a distracting visual artifact, or see whether the product shots look better without their background. With Background Removal, all these tasks just got easier:

  1. Select an image to display the popover-toolbar for Crop & Background Removal.
  2. Enter Background Removal mode by clicking on the Magic-Wand icon.
  3. Click on the area of an image to remove a solid color, or click and drag to remove a color range.
  4. To apply the changes, click outside the image or click ‘Done’.
  5. ‘Reset’ returns the image to original.
  6. To save the altered image, right-click and select ‘Add to library’ option from the Context Menu.

Since Background Removal meant rethinking the popover-toolbar for images, we took that opportunity to improve our Image Crop feature as well. We’ve added a zoom-slider so you can seamlessly zoom in, relocate the crop area, and apply your changes.

Enhanced Real-time Editing


One consistent piece of feedback is that our users spend an increasing amount of time editing collaboratively and simultaneously – often from geographically dispersed locations.

And this has created a need for teams to see who’s currently at work on a project, jump to where specific colleagues are working, and identify who is making what changes, and in what order.

Our new Collaborator Presence answers those needs.

To show you who is working and where – and avoid overlap when editing in real time – a colored border with the collaborator’s name now appears around the objects they have selected.

And, in the Sharing window, hovering over a username provides a link to ‘Go to Page’ or ‘Go to Selection’ where the collaborator is currently at work.

Finally, to help the entire team with coordination, if multiple users select the same object, its presence border will display the last collaborator that selected it.

Thanks to all our users who took the time to write to us – and to explain their ideal workflow. All these changes are a consequence of your effort.

And to those users who have not yet written, please feel encouraged to write us at – and let us know what changes would make your Moqups experience better!


What’s New: August 24, 2018


 New Features:

  • Templates Library now has the same functionality as the Image Library:
    • Save templates to both Project and Team categories.
    • Organize templates in folders, and nest them as needed.
    • Toggle between Grid View and Tree View options.
    • Perform bulk operations on templates – including dragging and dropping multiple templates onto a page.
    • Toolbar Menu includes new options: New Folder, New Folder from Selection, Rename, Delete.
    • New Right-click Context Menu includes New Folder from Selection, Rename, Delete.


  • We’ve reduced our application’s size by 1MB to enable faster page-loads and a smoother user experience.
  • In the Comment Panel, comments now have a full date and time stamp.

Bug Fixes:

  • Copy & Paste Project Pages:
    • Interactions are now properly included in the Copy & Paste function.
    • When a destination project lacks a font that’s included in a copy and paste, that font is now added along with the paste.
  • Fixed a bug in the Image Library that caused the renaming process to get stuck when renaming in search mode.
  • In the Project Recovery Window, the most recent projects are now properly labeled by the date on which they were saved.

Check out other recent release notes in the What’s New section of our Help Center.

What’s New: August 16, 2018


 New Features:

  • Touchpad Zoom
    • Zoom in and out by using two fingers on the touchpad (or Cmd/Ctrl + Mouse-Wheel).
    • Zooming by using the keyboard or toolbar centers the zoom on an object (when selected).
  • Copy & Paste Project Pages
    • You can now copy a selection of pages and folders between projects – or even to a different location within the same project.
    • Select the pages and/or folders you wish to copy, and select ‘Copy pages’ from the right-click Context Menu; then, go to the destination project’s Pages Panel and select ‘Paste pages’ from the Context Menu.
    • To nest copied pages within an existing folder, click on that folder before you paste.
  • Redesigned Image Library
    • Images Library has a new flexibility that allows images to be added to both Project and Team categories.
    • Organize images in folders and nest them as needed.
    • Toggle between Grid View and Tree View options.
    • Perform bulk operations on images – including dragging and dropping multiple images onto a page.
    • Toolbar Menu includes new options: New Folder, New Folder from Selection, Rename, Delete, Download.
    • New Right-click Context Menu includes: New Folder from Selection, Rename, Delete, Download.
    • Select and download previously uploaded images or image-folders for easy collaboration – and to keep the entire team in sync.
    • To avoid unwanted clutter, images pasted from the OS clipboard are no longer automatically added to the Image Library.
    • Add to library option from Context Menu to add an image pasted from clipboard (applicable for an image that is not in the Images Library).
    • Templates library will adopt the same functionality and design in the coming weeks.
  • Enhanced Image Cropping
    • Selecting an image displays a popover-toolbar for Crop & Background Removal.
    • You can now quickly zoom with the slider, relocate the crop area, and apply the crop.
  • Remove Background Color from Images
    • Selecting an image displays a popover-toolbar for Crop & Background Removal.
    • Enter BG Removal mode by clicking on the Magic-Wand icon; then, click on the area of an image to remove a solid color, or click and drag to remove a color range.
    • To apply the changes, click outside the image or click done.
    • Reset returns the image to the original.
    • To keep an altered image in the Library, right-click and select ‘Add to library’ option from the Context Menu.
  • Collaborator Presence
    • To show you who is working and where – and avoid overlap when editing in real time – a colored border with the collaborator’s name now appears around the objects they have selected.
    • In the Sharing window, hovering over a username provides a link to ‘Go to Page’ or ‘Go to Selection’ where the collaborator is.


  • Updated Font Awesome icon library.
  • Flowchart stencils have better text editing and resizing behavior.
  • Selected objects are no longer duplicated while holding the Alt/Option + Arrow keys.

Bug Fixes:

  • ‘Export selection’ in the right-click Context Menu is now disabled for users who are not logged in.
  • Image Crop mode:
    • Fixed a bug that caused the Mouse pointer to remain stuck in image crop mode.
    • Previously, zooming with the keyboard shortcuts misaligned the existing cropping area.
    • Fixed bug that created a ghost image while cropping.
  • When dragging a Chart stencil from the library to the page, the preview is now properly displayed.
  • On tablets, the Canvas no longer moves when dragging a stencil onto the page.
  • Fixed problems with Offline Viewer’s Interactivity states.
  • Previously, new users couldn’t upgrade after signup if they didn’t alter their project.
  • When ‘Include hidden pages’ option is unchecked, export now properly excludes those pages.
  • Dragging a selection of images to the page now properly includes all images in that selection.
  • Fixed a bug that caused pasted images to appear very slowly on the page.

Check out other recent release notes in the What’s New section of our Help Center.

Visualize Business Intelligence Data with Moqups’ New Charts

Moqups’ guiding principle has always been the importance of foundational work:

That it’s important to consult, experiment, and build consensus before spending precious human and financial resources on polished products; and that laying the groundwork for future development can help teams reduce miscommunication, back-and-forth, and costly errors.

We built Moqups so that teams could diagram user flows before designing screens, create wireframes before deciding on high-fidelity mockups, and test interactive prototypes before writing a single line of code.

Now, with our Charts feature, we’ve extended that principle to the world of Business Intelligence and Data Visualization.


As more and more companies empower their businesses with digital ERP solutions, presenting data graphically has become an essential part of their analytics requirements.

Data visualization makes complicated information easier to parse – often revealing new and unexpected patterns. By using these patterns to identify and clarify key business drivers, analysts can address urgent business questions, and provide actionable, value-added insights.

But, since most ERPs come packaged as generic frameworks – applicable to only the widest possible spectrum of customers – they often require extensive customization in order to reflect the exact requirements of individual businesses.

Unfortunately, this realization – that companies need contextual, custom-designed charts – often comes long after the initial ERP implementation phase has already been completed. And that means that someone still has to sift through a sea of information, extract the valuable data, and translate it into a digestible visual analysis.

This task, the creation of complex BI dashboards assembled from a variety of reports, is often assigned to those who understand the business best. Usually, these are non-designers – product managers, business consultants – those directly responsible for monitoring and reacting to quick-changing performance indicators. They’re also the ones who have to communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders in order to decide what visuals connect effectively.

Sure, they could build their charts with number-crunching tools like Excel, but that’s not usually where the rest of the team works. Or, they could simply ask their designers to come up with something – but they’d still have to provide examples, just to show the designers what they had in mind.

And the truth is, sometimes you don’t know what you need until you’ve seen it – and shared it with your team.

Moqups makes this kind of collaboration possible. It brings people of different qualifications and expertise together within the same creative context – and helps companies leverage their collective experience by including all stakeholders in the visualization process.

With our new Chart stencils, anyone in your team can explore the existing data imaginatively, identify hidden patterns, and effectively mock-up realistic visualizations and business intelligence dashboards. And most importantly, they can build these charts in the same place where the rest of your project’s requirements live.

To access these new stencils, go to the Stencils panel in the Left Sidebar and scroll to the ‘Charts’ category. From there, you can pick whichever Chart stencil is most relevant to your data, and drag it right onto your page.


A bad chart can provide a misleading conclusion, so it’s important to try a couple of variations before you settle on the type of chart that makes the most sense for your data. To make this process of experimentation easy,  we’ve made it possible to change the Chart Type directly from Charts section of the Format Panel.

In that same section, you can customize your chart’s overall appearance by choosing different color themes, enabling or disabling the Legend, toggling gridlines on or off, customizing the axis style, and more.


Of course, you can easily add or edit the chart’s data by entering the values manually, or you can paste the numeric (CSV) values directly from Excel or Google Docs:

  • Select the Chart stencil you want to edit, and double-click to begin editing.
  • A panel containing the Chart Data Editor will appear at the bottom of the app and the Chart will update instantly as you adjust the cell values.
  • Edit the Chart just as you would with a typical spreadsheet.
  • To add new values along the chart’s Series axis (or Y-axis), hover over the first cell in any row – and then click the drop-down menu arrow to show the options menu.
  • Select an option to insert new rows (or delete them) in the Editor.
  • Similarly, to add new values along the Category axis (or X-axis), hover over the first cell of any column and click the drop-down menu arrow to reveal your options.
  • It’s also possible to customize the Chart’s colors individually; just click the color picker button of any row on the leftmost side of the data editor.


This is only the beginning of our data visualization journey. In upcoming releases, we’ll be adding more chart types, as well as other useful productivity tools like the ability to generate realistic looking random data for your data visualization mockups.

And to make things even more exciting, we’ll open source the JavaScript code behind each chart type, as React Components, so that your team can use them directly in your real dashboard – and adapt them to your needs.

Try Moqups now for free →


Pinned Pages and Thumbnails, Smarter Shapes, Replace Colors, SVG Import, Offline Viewer, Export Objects, and more!

We haven’t posted for a while now, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been hard at work behind the scenes. For several months, we’ve been working on foundational changes to our code that will help us become more nimble, release features more frequently, and respond faster to user requests and suggestions. And it’s already happening.

Over the past few months, we’ve rolled out a bunch of new features that make it easier to navigate, edit, and export with Moqups.

Navigation Improvements

There are two big changes to Pages: Pinned Pages and Page Thumbnails. Both are a response to user feedback, our own dogfooding, and the pressing need to navigate more quickly and efficiently.

Pinned Pages

We found that, when working on a project with dozens – or even hundreds – of pages, skipping back and forth between relevant pages was a navigation nightmare. It was even more of an issue when working, live, with remote collaborators. How could you direct – and redirect them – to current and relevant work?  

Pinned pages solves that problem by allowing you to pin your most active pages to the top of the Pages Panel. This speeds up your workflow, makes real-time collaboration seamless, and helps keep your entire team focused.

To pin a page, hover over any page-name in the Page Tree of your Pages Panel. Then, click the Pin icon. Once you pin a page, it will stay on the list of pinned pages until you unpin it.

pinned pages.gif

Page Thumbnails

Another way we’ve made navigation easier is by adding live thumbnails to the Pages Panel. Now, when you hover over a page-name, a thumbnail will pop up – so you can quickly preview the page without having to click. But, if thumbnails aren’t your style, then you can simply turn them off in Workspace > Advanced Settings.

page thumbnails.gif

Editing Improvements

Smart Shapes Just Got Smarter

Magicians like to say that “the hand is quicker than the eye.” But in design, it’s often the other way around. Your instinct tells you – right away – what works and what doesn’t. It’s your hand that has to catch up. And whether you are iterating for yourself, or working live with a client, it’s important to keep your creative flow moving at the speed of thought!

That’s why we’ve added Custom Handles to our Polygon, Star, Callout, Triangle, Arrow and Wedge stencils. Custom Handles let you get the exact shape you need – without ever taking your hand off the mouse. Just click on the tiny blue dot, and drag – in a variety of directions – to quickly and intuitively change the properties of the shape. It works like magic!

Now, you can make beautiful shapes in seconds – without the need for sliders, complicated bezier curves, or complex drawing tools. Just click, drag, and create!


Of particular note is the new Callout stencil. Callouts are great for creating tooltips, popovers menus – and they are vital for annotating ongoing designs. The new Custom Handles make them much more flexible. Now, you can quickly expand the width of a Callout’s tail, and then drag it to any length and in any direction.

To try out the new Callout – and the rest of our smarter shapes – go to the Shapes category of the Stencils library. You’ll also find that Custom Handles have been added to Images, and to all kinds of Common Stencils as well; in these cases, the handles let you create Rounded Corners with a simple click and drag.


Replace Colors on the Page or Project

You can now recolor objects on your current page, or across your entire project. To replace a color, deselect all objects by clicking into blank space (or outside the page margins).

This will open up the “Replace Colors” section of the Format Panel in the Right Sidebar. Here you can choose to replace colors for your Entire Project, or just the Current Page. You can choose from a list of your project’s most recently used colors, or just double-click on any of them to open the Color Picker. For custom, granular control, you can choose to replace Fills, Strokes, or Text colors separately, or in any combination.


Improved SVG Support

We’ve vastly improved our support for SVG images. Although we’ve unofficially supported SVG import for a while now, the experience has been suboptimal because of some technical challenges that are specific to the SVG format itself.

Since the SVG format supports the referencing of external resources from other websites – like images, fonts, CSS or custom JavaScript code – SVGs can create security and compatibility issues.

With our improved SVG support, we’ve solved these issues by adding a sanitization and cleanup process in the background. This way, we can ensure that uploading SVGs won’t crash your project, slow down your browser, or cause any unwanted side effects.

And we’re not done improving our SVG support. In future releases, we’ll add the ability to customize uploaded SVGs by changing their colors – or even editing their structure.


Improved Image Cropping

Our Crop feature allows you to double click on any image and, non destructively, crop it to a new size or aspect ratio. But now, Crop just got even better. We’ve enhanced its functionality so that, after you click to adjust the frame of the crop, you can click down anywhere within that frame, and move the image around within that window. That way, you can experiment with different framings before deciding to apply the crop (by clicking outside the frame).


Blur Filter

This is a small feature, but one that many users requested. You can now blur any object (Stencil, Template, Image or Icon). Once you have clicked on an object, just look for the Blur section of the Format Panel in the Right Sidebar.


Export Improvements

Offline Viewer – Export to HTML

You’ve probably noticed a few subtle changes to our UI – including a new addition to the Top Toolbar. Export now has its own button and, with it, a great new option: The ability to export an offline version of the Viewer.

The Export to HTML option downloads a fully interactive prototype that can be viewed offline, hosted on more restrictive environments like behind-the-firewall intranet servers – or even disseminated through corporate document management solutions like Microsoft SharePoint.

The offline Viewer includes all your project’s Interactions and Comments, and it displays the project’s Top Toolbar, as well as the Pages and the Comments Panels.

This new Export to HTML option is especially welcome news for our Atlassian customers.

Although Export to PNG and PDF have long been standard features on our SaaS versions – including Moqups for Jira and Confluence Cloud – our Atlassian Server versions cannot export in these formats because of Atlassian’s technical and security constraints. Now, Export to HTML addresses that problem by giving both our Cloud and Server clients a new, flexible, and fully interactive Export option.

You can access Export to HTML from the…

  • Top Toolbar by using the new Export button
  • Moqups Main Menu by using the Projects > Export link
  • Pages Panel by choosing the Export option from the right-click Context Menu

(Note: Users of Moqups for Jira and Confluence Server must use the Export button in the top toolbar.)

Once you have selected the Export to HTML option, you can choose to download to your computer, or upload it directly to Google Drive or Dropbox. Once the export is finished, you’ll be prompted to download a ZIP archive containing all the dependent files. To view your prototype, simply extract the archive and click on the HTML file to open it in your favorite browser.


Export Objects

Individual object export is tremendously useful if you want to export only part of your page – for instance, downloading the differing states of a button all at once.

Plenty of our users have requested this feature so, as part of our Export redesign, we’ve added the ability to export single or multiple objects as PNGs.

Just right-click on your selected object(s) and choose Export selection from the Context Menu. You have two size options: 1x (normal) or 2x.

If you are building a website or app, the assets you create within Moqups can be included in your final product – extending their utility long after you’re finished with temporary prototypes.

These new Export options are just the beginning. We’ll introduce even more functionality in upcoming releases, but we also need your feedback! To help us make Export work better for you and your team, please send us your ideas and suggestions.


What’s Next?

There’s a major new feature that we’ve also been working on behind the scenes, and you may have already discovered it for yourself (hint: check what’s ‘New’ in the Stencils Library). It’s a major step forward for Moqups, and we’ll have a dedicated post about it next week, so stay tuned!

What’s New: June 11, 2018


New Features:

  • Charts category in the Stencils library, with a dedicated Chart Style section in the Format Panel; edit chart-data by double clicking on the chart itself.
  • Blur filter for Stencils, Images and Icons, controlled from the Blur section in the Format Panel.
  • Replace Colors section in the Format Panel, applied to Whole Project or Current Pages.
  • Export individual objects to PNG by using the right-click Context Menu.


  • Added more icons to the Font Awesome library.
  • When using Full Screen Preview mode, the Alt/Option + N toggles the on-hover, on-screen navigation arrows on and off – in case they overlap with hotspots.

Bug Fixes:

  • When the Page Tree is rearranged in the Editor, the Page Counter and Navigation arrows now accurately reflect that hierarchy when in Preview mode.
  • The Paragraph stencil now resizes without flickering.
  • The Crop rectangle no longer extends beyond the image.
  • Users can reliably log in when using a mobile device.
  • The Export progress bar shows more accurate progress.
  • In the Moqups Main Menu, right-click opens the browser’s Context Menu.
  • In the HTML Export of the Offline Viewer, the last digit in the page counter is now visible.

Check out other recent release notes in the What’s New section of our Help Center.

November News: Atlassian Cloud Integrations & Unlimited Project Plans

Earlier this year, we launched our first ever behind-the-firewall solution in order to make Moqups accessible to professionals who use Jira and Confluence Server.

And, for teams without firewall restrictions, who wanted access to the full spectrum of Moqups functionality – including Team and Project management – we promised to follow up with a cloud-based solution.

Today, we are proud to announce that Moqups for Jira Cloud and Moqups for Confluence Cloud are now available in the Atlassian Marketplace – right alongside our server versions.


Moqups Vendor Page in the Atlassian Marketplace


These new apps integrate seamlessly with your current Moqups account and provide full Moqups capability.

Once your Atlassian administrator has installed and configured the app, all you have to do is log in with your existing Moqups username and password, or sign in with either Google or Slack.

Manage add-ons section in your Confluence Cloud (for your instance Administrator)
Moqups Admin and Configuration Panel for Confluence Cloud
Login and Connect pop-up modal (for both instance users and admins)

Then, you can browse through your existing Moqups projects, and embed them right into both Jira issues and Confluence pages. Or, you can quickly create new projects directly from those same issues and pages.

Adding Moqups Projects to Jira issues
Adding Moqups Projects to Confluence pages
Adding Moqups Projects to Confluence pages with ‘Insert macro’ button
Browsing for Moqups Projects inside Jira or Confluence

These powerful new integrations are designed to provide flexibility, creativity and collaboration for all kinds of design and product management jobs.

Your team can create quick, issue-specific projects to convey context and communicate requirements; or build large-scale, multi-user projects with dozens – even hundreds – of pages.

And, as your project evolves, your team can duplicate existing projects, create multiple iterations, or break a single, large project into small, task-sized versions.

Most importantly, because the same project can now be shared between both Jira and Confluence Cloud, different departments can work within their own creative context, and yet still distribute that work in multiple environments.

For example, a business analyst and a system architect can brainstorm together on a flow diagram. Once they’re done, they can attach it to a Confluence page as part of a project’s wiki and documentation space. Then, they can embed that same diagram in a Jira issue, in order to specify requirements and provide clarity for the engineering team.

Moqups Project embedded in a Confluence page

And, no matter where your team members create, embed, or edit their Moqups projects, the data automatically syncs between your Atlassian and Moqups accounts – eliminating back-and-forth, and providing an up-to-date, reliable source of truth.

Our new pricing model: Unlimited projects for your entire team

We have more great news to share with you. Along with our new integrations, we’re also introducing new Premium Plans that offer unlimited projects and image storage – with a full range of per-seat options designed to match the size of your team.

The same goals that led the development of our new Atlassian Cloud apps – removing barriers to free up creativity – also drove the design of our new pricing model.

Our old model offered unlimited seats but, depending on the plan, imposed quotas on both the number of projects that teams could create, and the amount of image storage available.

But, after careful consideration, research, and lots of user feedback, we discovered that many teams felt that the project quota stood in the way of their creativity – and preferred a per-seat model that offered unlimited projects and storage.

When teams are on a roll, generating new ideas and capturing them before they’re lost… or working to a deadline, tweaking designs, clarifying context, or providing last-minute feedback… the last thing they want to worry about is a project quota.

And, when they do worry, they inevitably compromise their workflow. Every time a team hesitates before creating something inspired – just to remain beneath the project limit – they lose both spirit and momentum.

And so, we went back to the drawing board, rethought our pricing model from the ground up, and designed new plans that let your team create, iterate and repurpose projects freely.

Now, all our new Premium Plans come with unlimited projects and storage. To find a Personal or Creative Team plan that suits your needs, please check out our Pricing Page.

If you’re currently subscribed to one of our older plans, rest assured that you can remain on that plan until the end of your subscription period; when you renew, you can choose to reactivate your old plan, or select one of our new ones. If you have any questions, just drop us a line and we’ll be happy to help.

And please let us know what you think about our new integrations and, as always, feel free to suggest new features and functionality. Your feedback really has an impact on our team, and genuinely drives our product development. So, keep those cards and letters coming!