You can also view a sample board in your InVision account to get a feel for how it works on the back end.
Boards simplify the management and presentation of design assets. With support for a wide variety of file types and simple tools to organize sections of content, this allows you to spend more time making awesome work, and less time presenting it.
Viewers can both comment on items and download source files, and thanks to a fully responsive design, your team members and clients can access boards from anywhere with share links that look great on both desktop and mobile devices.
How many boards are allowed?
Free, Starter, and Educational accounts are allowed three boards. Professional, Team, and Enterprise accounts are allowed unlimited boards.
What file types are supported?
Boards support uploads for any file type, with thumbnail previews or useful icons to help quickly identify files commonly used by design teams.
Graphics: PNGs, JPGs, GIFs, etc.
Source Files: Photoshop, AI, Sketch – for Photoshop and Sketch files with artboards, thumbnails should pull from the first screen
Font Files: OTF, TTF, etc. (Please ensure that your license allows for posting any font files. Also, you'll need to use a TTF file if you would like to be able to view examples of your font from within the board.)
You can share your board by clicking the Share button in the upper-right corner. Visitors will be able to view and comment on all items on the board.
To add collaborators, click the Share button at the top right of your board. A dialog will open that lets you add collaborators to the board.
To remove collaborators:
Open your board and click Share at the top right.
Use the drop-down menu next to the name of the collaborator you’d like to delete, and click Remove.
When you remove a collaborator from a board (or remove them completely from an account), their comments remain on the board.
Adding an annotation to your comment
Annotations work similarly to how comments in prototypes behave today. An annotation is a bubble that draws attention to a particular part of the image. To add an annotation to an image in your board:
Open the image you'd like to comment on.
Enter the text of your comment.
Click the bullseye icon.
Click the image and position your annotation bubble.
Click Post Comment to add the annotation and comment.
If logged out of your InVision account or you do not have an account, InVision authenticates your comment by asking for your name and email address:
If your email address is not associated with an InVision account, your comment will not post to the board. If your email address is associated with an InVision account, a prompt to enter your password appears:
Once you've entered the correct password, future comments will post to the board.