Starting September 2022, eligible account Admins and Managers with approved domains can share freehand links publicly via auto provisioning, making the experience much more seamless redirecting members to the documents.
What is Auto-Provisioning?
Automated provisioning is the capability to deploy information technology or telecommunications services using predefined automated procedures that do not require human intervention. Essentially, it is a design principle that facilitates the implementation of end-to-end automation with the aid of specifications, policies, and analytics.
To streamline account management as people join or leave an organization, InVision supports automated provisioning and deprovisioning via SCIM (System for Cross-domain Identity Management)
To utilize this feature, you should be on Enterprise plan with Approved Domains enabled for InVision V7 teams. The Approved Domains feature simplifies the way people can join teams on InVision V7. If enabled, Approved Domains empowers people to join a team simply by signing in with their approved email address - i.e., an email address from the email domain (or list of domains) that the owner or admin of the team previously approved. The feature is available with all InVision V7 plans.
Managers, admins, and owners of Enterprise teams can use the audit log to confirm if a user joined their team using Approved Domains.
You can continue Sharing a Freehand just as before by either adding people to the freehand, sharing the public link or via a limited time link. To make things easier, below I have attached quick pointers to our knowledge base articles that deep dives more about each particular feature, functionality and action items.
- Approved Domains for InVision V7 teams
- Sharing a Freehand
- How to accept an invitation to join a freehand
- InVision V7 Enterprise settings
- InVision V7 team settings
Once you explore this cool new addition, do share your views on how your team collaboration experience improved!