Plan sites with better navigation and usability.
Organise your site’s pages into a logical structure, and iterate fast using Timblee’s drag and drop visual sitemaps.
Timblee sitemaps at a glance
Drag and drop to build sitemaps fast, using 60 custom page types
Break up large sites into easy to understand sections
Create linked user flow diagrams to map out key paths
Share and get feedback via an interactive link or export to PDF
Build fast, iterate faster
An easy to use drag and drop editor lets you choose from 60 page types to create your sitemap fast. Then share them with anyone to get organised feedback, and iterate just as easily
Add notes and comments for each page
Use each page’s comment and note area to explain why that page exists, and to discuss them with others.
Keep it organised with sections
Large site with lots of different areas? Keep it organised with as many sections as you need.
Click to build
For the times when you’re building large sitemaps but don’t need the icons to be different, you can also add pages by just hovering and clicking on existing ones.
Easy to build, easier to understand
Ever built the best sitemap only to have clients and other team members struggle to understand and participate in feedback? With Timblee, you’ll love creating sitemaps but more importantly, anyone you share it with will also easily understand it, and provide feedback as well.
Share it how you want
With four sharing options, get feedback how you want, whether it’s using the interactive share link, sending emails through the app, or exporting it as a pdf or png.
Base your site structure on user goals
Use user flow diagrams to flesh out important paths users should take, and adjust the sitemap to enable those paths, whether it’s a sign-up, subscription or sale.
Add notes and comments for each page
Just like in sitemaps, add comments and notes on each page in your user flows.
Keep it organised with multiple user flows
Instead of having a jumble of user flow diagrams on one canvas, create one for each key path while using the common pages across all of them.
Any pages you add in your sitemap become available in user flows, and vice versa. Comments and notes stay synced too.
Integrate with your workflow
Send pages and activity from Timblee to project management or communication tools you use with our easy integrations enabled by Zapier. Choose from over 750 apps including Basecamp, Asana, Slack and more.
All the features
Timblee is one of the best tools available if you create visual sitemaps. Here are some of the things you can expect.
Actually visual sitemaps
Most ‘visual’ sitemap tools aren’t actually visual. Timblee is, with 60+ custom designed page type icons.
Comments organised by page
Add general notes and comments, or link them to individual pages to keep them organised.
Focus on pages and users
With linked user flow diagrams and visual sitemaps, you can easily align the structure to key user paths and vice versa.
Manage multiple projects? Keep track of where each one is at via the visual progress board.
Break up large sites into sections
Sections help you keep large sites digestible and organised while keeping it all under one project
Get a grouped notification of any activity from the last 10 minutes via email, or instant in app notifications
Get feedback from as many nonlogged in users as you need by sharing the link to your sitemap.
Use comments as a checklist
For comments that need to be acted on, use the ‘mark as resolved’ function to check them off.
Invite your team
Invite anyone else that needs to edit and build sitemaps to your team account.
Mention people in comments
Want to ensure someone sees a comment? Just mention them like you would on Slack or Twitter.
Drag pages into the footer area to display secondary pages without messing up your main sitemap
Duplicate sitemaps to use them in future projects with one click
“Ridiculously easy to use. We have been looking for an intuitive tool like this for a while and this is just what we needed.”
– Sue, Touch Point Design
Used by over 1,000 in-house teams and agencies.
How much does it cost?
Start with a free trial, then choose from one of two plans, starting at only $9 per month.
No limit on users
$19 / mo for the first user
$12 / mo for additional users