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Signing in to InVision via Craft Manager

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Craft Manager handles InVision authentication from your desktop, so only authorized users can view and publish documents for your team.

The Craft Manager sign-in steps vary slightly based on whether you use your email and password only, you use your team's InVision subdomain (e.g., your-domain.invisionapp.com), or you belong to an Enterprise that uses SSO (single sign on).

Sign in with your email and password

To sign in to your account in Craft Manager:

  1. In the Mac menu bar, click the Craft icon (craft-manager-icon.png).
  2. At the top left of the modal, click the Prototypes tab (if necessary), and then click Sign In.
    Your browser will open the InVision sign-in page.
  3. Enter your email address and password, and then click Sign in.
    If your InVision email is not tied to multiple teams, skip step 4.
  4. Next to the team you want to launch, click Select.
    You should see this message: You have successfully logged in to InVision.
  5. If you're not returned to Craft Manager, click Open Craft Manager.
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Clicking a prototype in the list that appears after signing in will open it in InVision. To publish changes to a prototype, use the Craft Sync tool in Sketch or Photoshop.

Sign in with your team's domain

If you belong to an Enterprise or other team account, use these steps to sign in:

  1. In the Mac menu bar, click the Craft icon (craft-manager-icon.png).
  2. At the top left of the modal, click the Prototypes tab (if necessary), and then click Sign In.
    Your browser will open the InVision sign-in page.
  3. Enter your email address and password, and then click Sign in.
  4. Below the Email address field, click Know your team domain.
  5. In the Team domain field, enter your team's unique domain—e.g., your-domain.invisionapp.com—and click Continue.
  6. Enter your email address and password, and click Sign In.
    You should see this message: You have successfully signed in to InVision.
  7. If you're not returned to Craft Manager, click Open Craft Manager.
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Clicking a prototype in the list that appears after signing in will open it in InVision. To publish changes to a prototype, use the Craft Sync tool in Sketch or Photoshop.

Sign in with SSO

If your Enterprise or other team has implemented SSO, use these steps to sign in:

  1. In the Mac menu bar, click the Craft icon (craft-manager-icon.png).
  2. At the top left of the modal, click the Prototypes tab (if necessary), and then click Sign In.
    Your browser will open the InVision sign-in page.
  3. Below the Email address field, click Know your team domain.
  4. In the Team domain field, enter your team's unique domain—e.g., your-domain.invisionapp.com—and click Continue.
  5. In the SSO dialog that opens, enter your SSO credentials and complete the sign-in flow you have set up in your IdP app.
    The IdP sign-in flow will vary slightly depending on your SSO provider—i.e., your IdP app—as well as which InVision version you're on. For example, our GIF below these steps includes the flow for Okta.  
  6. Once you see the message "You have successfully signed in to InVision," if you're not returned to Craft Manager, click Open Craft Manager.
    invision-craft-manager-sign-in-sso.gif

Clicking a prototype in the list that appears after signing in will open it in InVision. To publish changes to a prototype, use the Craft Sync tool in Sketch or Photoshop.

Prototypes are shown for the team you are currently signed in to, and are sorted by when they were last updated. Clicking on a prototype in that list will take you to InVision where you can preview the prototype or make changes.

View prototypes for one of your other teams by first switching teams within Craft Manager.


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