In this video Dennis talks about how you can secure your Board with a password, disable any downloadable links and more. Dennis also show how easily it is to share your Board with others using a private link or on any of your favorite social media sites.
- [Voiceover] So now that we have our board created, now we can share it with others for feedback. Before we do that, we can also configure some settings. To configure the settings of a board, just click the Gear icon in the top right. Here you're presented with a number of options that you can configure. You can disable all the downloads in the share links, so if you have a file that you don't want somebody to download, or fonts that you don't want them to download, you can disable that. But you can also protect the access to a board.
So maybe your company's working on a confidential project, and you don't want the general public to get access to it. You can set a password for them. Once you have it configured, simply click Save. Next, you'll generate your share link. But you can also share this through Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google Plus. Click Copy and you'll send it off. You can also share individual elements of a board. So maybe you want to send this inspiration.
You can see you have a Share icon right here available to you. You can copy this and send it to somebody in your organization. They only have access to that one individual image. So that's how easy it is to share assets and share boards across your organization. But keep in mind there's no right or wrong way to use a board. You can use boards at the beginning of projects. You can use boards in the middle of projects. And you can even use boards as a finalized, polished piece at the end of a project. So play around with boards. Have fun with it and see what you build.
- Creating your InVision account
- Adding linked screens, overlays, and transitions to prototypes
- Creating and customizing a board
- Sharing prototypes and boards
- Collaborating and commenting
- Integrating with Photoshop and Sketch
- Using the InVision mobile app