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Fabian Stein
Fabian Stein Updated

Provide an invision Studio Prototype fullscreen in Safari

Hey there,

when i publish my sketch-file via craft to invision, i can use the "Add to home screen" action in Safari to then use this as a start for a fullscreen-view of my prototype without the Safari browser bars. 

But when i do the exact same steps with a prototype published via invision studio, it will always show the adress and nav bar of the browser instead of a fullscreen view without. 

Background: i wanna do a remote testing and the testers shouldnt be forced to create an invision account plus downloading the invision app. 

Any hints?

Thanks and regards,


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Camille M
InVision ambassador Camille M , InVision Employee , ambassador

Hi Fab,

Thanks for taking the time to write into Community to share your feedback about this.

Unfortunately, it is not yet possible to hide the top URL and bottom navigation bars when viewing prototype share links on mobile browsers. Adding the prototype to the home screen simply creates a shortcut that will open your browser with the prototype link. However, we have a feature request open with our Product team to remove these bars, and I will add your vote to it.

I will open a ticket on your behalf to track your interest for this potential feature. Please keep an eye out for an email indicating that we’ve formally tracked your feedback.

Have a great day,

InVision ambassador Hadas , ambassador

Hiding the top and bottom bars of the browser is my number one request. I want to share my prototypes with customers for CS and sales use, as well as for usability testing, and the browser bars are damaging the entire experience.

Not sure how it's ranked on your priority cue, but I hope it's high...

Raynor B
InVision ambassador Raynor B , InVision Employee , ambassador

Hi Hadas,

Thanks for adding your interest to this potential feature of hiding the URL and navigations bars, 

I can see that you've already added your vote to this, so rest assured our Product team are taking the interest for this into consideration. 

Please don't hesitate to reach out in the future if you ever have any other questions. We're always happy to hear from you and will be glad to help.

Have a fantastic day!



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