The Diagram owner is the person that created the diagram. Diagram owners can share their diagrams with other users or delete them.
On the Diagram Viewer, you can see all of your diagrams sheets, comments from others, and diagram information. It is sometimes referred to as the “Diagram Details Page.”
The Editor is the place where you create your diagrams.
Folders help organize your diagrams on a personal plan.
"Presentation" is similar to presentation mode on Google Slides or Powerpoint. You can access it from the Diagram Viewer.
A project is an area dedicated to working with others within a business or education organization. Diagrams will not be visible to organization members unless they are within a project.
Shared folders allow you to work with others on the personal plans.
Sheets are individual tabs of a diagram.
Spaces are diagramming environments. If you are on a single-user plan, you will only have one space called your personal plan. If you are on a collaborative plan, you will have two spaces: your Private space and your Business/Educational organization. If you are a member of multiple organizations, you will have multiple organization spaces, but only one private space.
A stencil is a shape that you can add to your diagram.
A template is a pre-made design that you can use as the basis of your diagram.