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I like Google draw, but I found it is impossible to insert clickable links into the drawings.

Do you know of a similar service where clickable links are possible?

I tried already LucidChart, http://create.ly and http://www.diagram.ly but could not find such a feature. Will have to look at Cacoo, Gliffy, and Lovely Charts later. I will also check if Zoho has a drawing application.

(MindMeister dos not count here, it is a mindmapping software and free drawing and connecting shapes with lines does not really work.)

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This question should be removed, it is off topic – mit Jun 6 '14 at 18:15
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I'm a user of LucidChart and it definitely can do this, so I would suggest trying again.

In your document on LucidChart, select a text box that you want to serve as the link and click on the link icon in the properties bar across the top to set this. Or you can right-click on any shape and click "Create hotspot." You can then link to another page in your document or to an external website.

LucidChart is an extremely robust web app -- the more time I spend with it, the more impressed I am.

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TagBag, thank you so much you took the time to answer the question. I really needed this :) – mit Jun 23 '11 at 13:33

I use HappyLad Image Mapper. See http://www.indiepages.com/diyhtml/download/ It's not an online thing, but it does generate the mapping which you can insert into a page. And it's free.

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