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Does anyone know of a tool that allows you to put in a URL that will then create a basic flow chart of said website? I don't care if it is the best, worst, ect. I simply want to know if they exist. If so, what are they? This would be insanely helpful right now.

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Hi Greg, this is more of a shopping request than an UX question. It would be better answered in chat. –  rk. Jul 9 '13 at 0:17
You might be right, but there are definite answers, no? I was just thinking that a question like this might be a good resource for others. –  Greg Wiley Jul 9 '13 at 13:40
People are still free to leave comments :) I am unaware of any such tools, else would have atleast pointed you towards it. –  rk. Jul 9 '13 at 13:47
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I think what you're looking for is an automated site map extractor tool. There are a variety of them, this is one with a free trial of 30 days.

And this is an example of what it produces.

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