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We are happy to announce that we have just launched InVision Embed for Confluence, an integration that fully embeds the popular design collaboration app into Confluence:
InVision is a design planning and prototyping tool that allows teams to collaborate around stunning visual experiences. Note that the app is great for uploading completed designs that are created with different tools like Figma, Sketch, or Adobe XD.
You’ve been there. A designer shares a design via email, and then the answers start pouring in: in different emails from different people, as a shared note, in telephone follow-ups…
With InVision, every comment is placed in its exact design context. Nobody has to waste time referencing which part of the design they are talking about or collecting comments from various sources.
Don’t imagine the user flow or try to reconstruct it with arrows and options. Now reviewers can experience the actual flow from one screen to the next in navigable sequences.
Experience a fully usable InVision app directly from Confluence.
Want to see the entire flow? Click here to see the video.
Developers are already on Confluence. Getting them on your design can be as easy as dropping a mention to the Confluence user in the page where you have embedded the screens.
Bonus tip: InVision for Confluence supports the inspect mode, which is designed for devs and uses the dark colors loved by our technical colleagues.
Typically, once the designer uploads the content, InVision is used by a small number of reviewers. After all, there’s still a bit of friction when you think of the review of an isolated task that interrupts the daily routine of a colleague.
You can lower the barrier to entry to additional user feedback if the designs can easily be found in a system that every colleague is already using for looking up information and collaborating on knowledge.
And perhaps critical feedback can arrive before effort is placed on a task that will not be approved at a later stage!
How often have you wished that you could draw in freehand from Confluence? InVision now includes an infinite canvas that really comes close to Miro, and you can do great stuff like this:
Run a workshop and think out of the box from Confluence with a collaborative and visual experience. You might come much closer than you would think to the old times of face to face workshops!
Start to embed InVision in Confluence Cloud! You simply need to:
Integration with other sources of data? Interactive reports and data filtering, directly from Confluence? These are just random ideas, but we’d like to know what you think.
If you would like to do more with with this app, let us know your thoughts! We’d like to know how we can improve this integration further.
If you want to transform Confluence into the ultimate platform where all teams can watch their organization’s work unfold, you may want to also check out these apps:
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