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Fabio Petito
Fabio Petito Updated

How to export from Invision to Sketch?

Hi guys

With Craft it looks like I can only sync starting from a Sketch project (which I don't have) to Invision (where there is a project).

 

Thanks in advance for any hints!

Fabio

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Shaina Torgerson
InVision ambassador Shaina Torgerson , ambassador Edited

Hi Mark,

Thanks for taking the time to add your feedback here in Community about this potential feature. I will open a ticket on your behalf to track your interest for this and share your feedback with our Product team.

Keep an eye out for an email confirming that we've formally tracked your comments. Please let me know if there's anything else I can help out with.

Best,

Shaina

If anybody else would like to add their feedback about this potential feature, please email support@invisionapp.com detailing the feature you are looking for.

James Ktoris
InVision ambassador James Ktoris , ambassador

Hi Fabio,

Thank you for your message!

What is it exactly you're looking to export? Is it the screens, interactions or both?

Could you also confirm how the project screens were originally added to InVision?

Thanks

James

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Suraj R
InVision ambassador Suraj R , ambassador

Hey James, 

I am trying the same thing. My friend and I are working together on a project in Invision. I synced a screen from Sketch using craft. My friend synced the other screens from Photoshop using Craft plugin for photoshop. I want all the screens with the interactions in Sketch from the Invision project. How can I do that ? 

Thanks, 
Suraj

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Lala Galindo
InVision ambassador Lala Galindo , ambassador Edited

 Welcome to the community Suraj!

Just wanted to make sure I understand what you're trying to perform. Are you trying to apply all interactions made in Sketch into Photoshop? 

Look forward to hearing back and helping out!

Thanks,

Lala

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Shaina Torgerson
InVision ambassador Shaina Torgerson , ambassador

Hi Suraj,

I notice that you have a ticket open with our Support team as well. I will be sure to make a note in your ticket notifying our Support team that you have also reached out here in Community.

We would be happy to help you in either manner! Please see Lala's question above so that we can better understand the issue you are facing. Look forward to assisting you further.

Best,

Shaina

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Suraj R
InVision ambassador Suraj R , ambassador

Hi Lala, 

Thank you. I am trying to get all the artboards in Invision to Sketch. Let me explain.

I synced one artboard from Sketch to Invision.
My friend synced 7 artboards from Photoshop to Invision. 

I want those 7 artboards synced by my friend, from Invision to Sketch. 

Thanks, 
Suraj 

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Shaina Torgerson
InVision ambassador Shaina Torgerson , ambassador

Hi Suraj,

I apologize, but at this time, it is not possible to sync from InVision to Sketch, nor export your prototype from InVision to open in Sketch. As you can see in this documentation, changes made in Sketch and/or Photoshop can be synced using Craft Sync, but not the other way around. 

I will be sure to add your comments here in Community to the ticket you have already opened with our Support team. In addition, I am happy to let them know that this is a potential feature request.

Please look for a message from our Support team soon.

Thanks,

Shaina

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Mark Simpson
InVision ambassador Mark Simpson , ambassador

@Shaina, this would be a convenient feature to support. Multiple designers (from multiple vendors in many cases) working on a various elements in the same work effort. Being able to export from Invision to Sketch and/or Photoshop would make life much easier.

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K.
InVision ambassador K. , ambassador

Hi guys, I'd like to know whether anyone found the way to export from Invision to Sketch. Sadly, Studio doesn't show the full motion code to my developer but Sketch does. So we must migrate into Sketch and then Zeplin in order to get the most number of motion codes possible. Please advise. Thanks!

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Shaina Torgerson
InVision ambassador Shaina Torgerson , ambassador

Hi K.,

We are still tracking the ability to export from InVision to Sketch as a potential feature. If you'd like me to add your support to this feature, please let me know and I'll open a ticket on your behalf.

However, you mentioned that you're unable to get the code for Motion animations in Studio to your developer. It is possible for users to use Inspect with Motion animations as described here. If you're having issues accessing this data or if you're trying to do something else, please let me know.

Thanks,

Shaina

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Maxime Ratchagan
InVision ambassador Maxime Ratchagan , ambassador

Hi Shaina,

I've read that you open a ticket for this feature. I'd love to have one in order to export from Invision to Sketch

 

Many thanks,

Maxime

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Shaina Torgerson
InVision ambassador Shaina Torgerson , ambassador

Thanks for reaching out here to add your support for this potential feature, Maxime! I've opened a ticket on your behalf to track your interest and you should see an email hit your inbox to confirm.

Please let me know if there's anything else I can do to help.

Have a wonderful day,

Shaina

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Nesrine
InVision ambassador Nesrine , ambassador

very important feature to add and also export as pdf please please please fix it 

 

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Camille M
InVision ambassador Camille M , ambassador

Thanks for the feedback, Nesine! I'll add your vote towards this feature as well.

However, I am happy to report that you can already export your prototype as PDF. To export your prototype to a PDF file for offline use:

  1. Go to the prototype homepage.
  2. Click the ••• button (next to Assets under your prototype name).
  3. Click Download Prototype.
  4. Select PDF.
  5. Select Portrait or Landscape view, whether or not you want to include comments, and optionally password protect the PDF.
  6. Click the green Generate PDF button.

Alternatively, you can also export your prototype as a .ZIP file by selecting the .ZIP option after clicking Download Prototype.

And as always, I am here to help if you need anything at all. Let me know if you have any additional questions.

Thanks,
Camille

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