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Getting Feedback

Inviting members to your projects is the best way to get feedback from stakeholders in your design process.

Once you add a team member and set their role via the People tab of your Enterprise account, you'll be able to add them to prototypes.

Adding contributors to your project

Adding contributors to your prototypes allows them to edit the prototypes, add screens, and make comments.


Adding reviewers to your project

By inviting Reviewers directly to your project, you can ensure they have the best experience in InVision and make sure that any comments they make are known to you (i.e., not anonymous). Reviewers can also see how their comments are resolved and follow along to see future changes to your project.

Note that a Contributor or Reviewer must already be part of your InVision Enterprise account to be added to a prototype. If the person you’re looking for is not listed, please reach out to your Admin to get them added.

Once a member has been added to the prototype, you can @mention them in comments, notify them of updates to the prototype in slack, give them access to download assets in Inspect, and much more!

Requesting access to a prototype

Members on an Enterprise account can “request access” to prototypes they are not collaborators on. Once access is requested, the prototype creator will receive a notification to approve a request from a user to be added as a collaborator.

The Request Access feature is currently only available to Enterprise.

Who is able to request access?

Enterprise members that are trying to access a link to a prototype they are not collaborating on will be able to request access to that prototype.

If the Can preview and join all company projects setting is toggled off within the Enterprise settings, Enterprise Contributors and Reviewers will also be able to request access.


If the settings above are toggled on, Reviewers or Contributors will not need to request access to prototypes. Company admins, company managers, and collaborators also won’t need to request access to prototypes.

How to request access

When an Enterprise member tries to access a link to a prototype they are not collaborating on, they’ll see a message along with a link to request access to that prototype:


Once the green Request Access button is selected, a confirmation message will appear:


An email with the access request will be sent to the prototype creator. If the prototype creator is no longer a part of the Enterprise, the access request will be sent to the most recently active collaborator on the prototype. In the rare case that a project has no collaborators, the email is sent to the Enterprise owner.

If approved, the requester will receive an email notification.

Guest reviewers

A sharelink is a great option for occasional reviewers who are peripherally involved in your design process and will not need regular access to the project. Toggle the Creating a sharelink accordion here for specific instructions. Learn more about managing and revoking existing sharelinks here.