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Jennifer Spencer
Jennifer Spencer Updated

Licenses for inspect mode?

Hey y'all, could use some help solving this. 

One of our clients is using InVision to handoff to dev, but they have said they don't have enough licenses for us to use inspect mode, so they've been emailing Sketch files that we put in InVision and share with our internal team. But I'm having trouble understanding bc it looks like with any plan you can invite a collaborator (which can access inspect mode) for no extra charge? I've been digging around this site for an hour and can't find anything that address this specifically. Thanks for your help!

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Raynor B
InVision ambassador Raynor B , InVision Employee , ambassador

Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for getting in touch via our community! I'll be happy to touch base on this. 

Whether Inspect access takes up a "seat" or not depends on a few different factors. For example, whether they're on an Enterprise plan, or whether they're in our newer Cloud V7 environment. 

If the prototype is owner by an Enterprise or a V7 team, Inspect access requires the viewer to be invited to the prototype, which does require the user to be added to the team and possibly take up a seat of some description.

I hope this addresses your query, but if you have any additional questions, please let us know. 

Best,
Raynor

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