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InVision Cloud V7: How do I set the team sharing settings?

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This article provides answers for InVision Cloud V7 only. Not sure which version you're using? Find out now.

If you're an owner of a team on InVision Cloud V7, you can control how team members share with people inside and outside your team.

Setting team sharing settings

To set your team sharing settings:

  1. Using your admin credentials, sign in to your team's subdomain on InVision: e.g., your-team.invisionapp.com
  2. In the main navigation, click Team.
    The Team page will open with the People tab active.
  3. Click the Settings tab.
  4. Click Team sharing settings.
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  5. Edit the settings as wanted, and then click Update.

Understanding team sharing settings

After you navigate to your team sharing settings following the steps above, you can optionally change the settings described in the following subsections.

Set the default document setting

This setting controls the default behavior of document links. You can choose whether people outside your team—or only people on your team—can view document links by default.

If you choose Anyone with link access, everyone with the shared link can view documents by default, including people not signed into InVision.

If you choose Team members with the link, then only people on your team (excluding guests) with the shared link can open documents by default. People not signed into InVision cannot view the documents.

Require passwords for public share links

If this setting is toggled on, all teammates except guests will be able to generate and use prototype public share links; however, they'll require a password.

Toggling this setting on is an Enterprise team security feature.

If this setting is toggled off, all teammates except guests will be able to generate and use prototype public share links with or without passwords.


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