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Sharing InVision V7 Documents

This article provides answers for InVision V7. If you’re on InVision V6, read this article instead. Not sure which version you're using? Find out now.

There are three ways to share your documents in InVision V7:

  • Invite people to your document
  • Use document links
  • Create public links

You must belong to a document before you can share it. While an Enterprise team's owner, admins, and managers can view the document via a direct URL or when the document is added to a space, they cannot share the document without first getting invited to the document.

Inviting people

To invite someone to a document:

  1. Open the document and, at the top right, click Share.
  2. In the share dialog, click the Members & Guests tab.
  3. In the To: field, enter the name of the person you want to invite to the document.
    If you want to invite someone who isn't yet a member of your team, enter their email address.
  4. Next to the person invited, click the drop-down to select Can edit or Can review.
  5. Click Invite.
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Using document links

Document links are the main URLs for prototypes, boards, and freehands.

Before you copy a document link, get familiar with InVision V7 document link settings.

To create a document link:

  1. Open the document and, in the top-right corner, click Share.
  2. In the share dialog, click the Members & Guests tab.
  3. Click Settings, make any changes, and then click Save.
  4. Back in the share dialog, click Copy Link.
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Creating public links

Only available for prototypes, public links do not require viewers to be team members. When creating the link, enabling the Require password setting lets you define a password people will need to enter before viewing the document.

Before you create a public link, get familiar with InVision V7 public link settings.

To create a public link:

  1. Open the document and, at the top right, click Share.
  2. In the share dialog, click the Public tab, and then click Get Public Link.
    If there is an existing public link for the document, you won't see the Get Public Link screen.
  3. Click Update public link settings, make any changes to your settings, and then click Done.
  4. Back in the share dialog, copy the public link URL.
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