This article provides answers for a beta feature, currently available to a limited group of InVision V6 Enterprise organizations.
The InVision Enterprise account is the central hub for your organization’s work and collaboration. Your Enterprise can admins manage, monitor, and secure all content in the Enterprise to your company standards. Despite having an Enterprise InVision account, many companies find that employees continue to create and work in personal InVision accounts—where companies don’t have visibility or control over the company assets.
Domain Control helps avoid this issue by preventing employees of your Enterprise organization—identified by their corporate email addresses—from signing up for personal accounts and, instead, requiring them to request access to the Enterprise account.
How does it work?
Enterprise admins need to provide a list of their corporate email domains (e.g.,
@your-company.com) to their InVision account team. After verifying the domain name ownership, our Support team will enable Domain Control for your Enterprise.
After Domain Control is enabled, when a new user tries to sign up for InVision using an email domain that was provided, they’ll be prompted to request access to the Enterprise instead.
When a user requests access to the Enterprise, the Enterprise owner will receive an email notification with a link to invite that member to the Enterprise team.
What if I have more than one corporate email domain?
No problem. You'll simply need to share the list of all corporate domains you want to control. When someone attempts to sign up using an email domain you've included on your controlled domains list, they will get prompted to request access to the Enterprise instead.
What if I have more than one InVision Enterprise account (multiple subdomains)?
That's no problem either. Let us know which Enterprise account/s you want to establish domain control for. If multiple Enterprise accounts are mapped to the same corporate domain, anyone with an email domain included on your complete list of controlled domains will get prompted to request access to one of the Enterprises, and each user will select which Enterprise account they want to access.
To avoid potential confusion, we recommend limiting the number of Enterprise accounts that control your domain.
What if my team uses SSO? Can users still request access?
Users with controlled emails will see teams with SSO enabled that control their email domain, but instead of requesting access they’ll be prompted to sign in via SSO.
Depending on your SSO configuration, users can either be auto-provisioned to your team or redirected to your internal access provisioning workflow.
Is there any way users can still create personal accounts with corporate email addresses?
Users typically create personal accounts when they sign up for InVision from the homepage, most often because they’re unaware their company even has an Enterprise account. Domain Control solves for this scenario. To support cross-team and cross-company collaboration use cases, however, employees will still be allowed to use corporate emails to accept invites to collaborate with non-Enterprise accounts.
Additionally, users who are added but later removed from the Enterprise will be left with only access to a personal InVision account.