With Comment mode, you can collaborate by having asynchronous conversations on a prototype. You can start new annotated comment threads, reply to existing comments, mention important people, and even add emoji. If you want to keep conversations private to just your team, you can start private threads.
To add a comment to a document screen in the InVision console:
In the main navigation area, click Documents and open the document you want to comment on.
In the console, click the comment icon () or use the shortcut C.
Click anywhere you want to start a new comment thread, and type your comment. Or click an existing comment, and type your reply.
Click the Comment type dropdown menu and select Comment or Note.
Once finished, click Post or use the shortcut Command + Enter.
To leave a comment (or access a document) in Cloud V7, you must be signed in to InVision. Also, it’s not currently possible to add a general comment to the prototype; you’ll need to add comments to specific screens instead.
Using private comments or notes
There are two types of comments for InVision Cloud V7:
Comment: By default, anyone who can access the document—either as an editor or as a viewer with a public document link—can see or leave regular comments.
Note: By default, notes are set to private, so only people with document editing access can see this type of comment; however, viewers with a public document link cannot leave notes.
To override the default settings for either regular comments or notes, toggle the lock icon accordingly: If the lock is closed (), the message is private. If it's unlocked (), anyone who can access the document—including via private document link—can see the message.
If you don't have editing permissions for the document, you will not have access to click (or see) the lock icon for private comments.
Notifying people about comments
To notify a specific person about your comment, @ mention the person by name or email address.
Using emoji in comments
To add emoji to your comments, click the emoji icon () within the comment modal. Use the Arrow keys to navigate, and then click the emoji you want to use.
To open the emoji autocomplete menu, press the : (colon) key. Then, type the name of the emoji you want to use and click the result or—once the emoji is selected—simply press Enter.