Rarchy's powerful visual sitemap editor and website crawler helps you to plan and collaborate on your website structure, page content, and user flows for free.
Crawl your website to generate an up-to-date sitemap and use crawl history to create sitemaps from previous crawls.
Use Rarchy's free user flows tool to design customer journeys for the most important parts of your website. Link your user flows to your visual sitemaps to pull in pages from your website.
Rarchy's drag and drop editor makes it easy to create your perfect visual sitemap, whether your website is large or small.
Stay aligned and avoid duplicating work by bringing everyone into one account.
Save time on back-and forth conversations over email or Slack with real-time comments.
Keep projects private when needed with folder permissions.
Capture full-page screenshots of every page on your
website to get a truly visual view.
Planning new pages? Choose from over 250+ low-fidelity wireframe templates, handily grouped into 12 categories for searching.
Plan your page content by adding individual page sections within your visual sitemap.
Choose from a selection of wireframe templates for each page section to make content planning more visual.
Big website? No problem.
Navigate straight to the pages you're working on with page search, so you can work quickly and efficiently, even on the largest of websites.
“Globally, we publish a lot of content and our blog alone has over 30,000 pages. Using Rarchy has been invaluable when mapping out the architecture of regional content projects, and helping me to visualise them to internal stakeholders as part of the wider website.”
“As a full service digital agency, we're always working on website builds, migrations, and UX projects. All of these require different areas of expertise and Rarchy helps bring all those people together in one tool.”
“When we're working on new sections of the website, Rarchy helps us visualise our architecture and ensure everyone is collaborating in one place. It's become one of my favourite tools.”