Online Venn Diagram Tool

Easily create beautiful Venn Diagrams with web-based Venn Diagram tool

Online Venn Diagram Tool

Draw Venn Diagrams online


Venn Diagram, also called Primary Diagram, Logic Diagram or Set Diagram, is widely used in mathematics, statistics, logic, computer science and business analysis for representing the logical relationships between two or more sets of data. A Venn Diagram involves overlapping circles, which present how things are being organized, their commonality and differences. You can now draw Venn Diagram with Visual Paradigm's online Venn Diagram editor.


Need some inspiration? We've put together some Venn Diagram examples below to help you get started. Click on a diagram to view it, or click the edit button to start editing.

Quick insertion of points

To add points into circles is simple. Simply double click within the boundary of a circle to create a text label, then enter the name, and that's it! This allows you to form a Venn Diagram quickly and easily.

Quick insertion of point in Venn Diagram

Freely rotatable and movable shapes

All the shapes inside a Venn Diagram can be rotated, moved and resized freely. This lets you to control the appearance of circles and points in a way that fit your context and helps convey the message that you want to deliver.

Freely rotatable and moveable Venn Diagram shape

Feature Highlights

Looking for more? Good. VP Online has all the simple and advanced tools you need to draw venn diagram easily.

Easy Diagramming

Create shapes and connectors with just one drag. Use alignment guide to position shapes precisely when dragging.

MS Office Integration

Instead of copying and pasting static images, embed interactive venn diagrams in MS applications. Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook are supported.

Visio Import

Use Visio stencils (.vssx, .vsdx) in your drawing through the import feature. Import your Visio drawing into VP Online and carry on editing.

Export & Print

Share your work with other by printing or exporting diagrams into images (PNG, JPG, SVG, GIF) or PDF.

Draw with Your Own Shapes

Create a palette consisting of your stencils in image formats (e.g. SVG, JPG, PNG, etc) and use them in your design.

Seamless Team Collaboration

Team members can draw collaboratively and simultaneously. They can even edit on the same diagram without ruining others' work.