Now when you save your Sketch files to InVision, we’ll extract your screens and assets automatically. You won’t have to lift a finger.
How’s it work?
Just save your Sketch files to InVision Sync or Dropbox to automagically convert your artboards to screens, and your slices to assets. It’s that simple. And if you’re not a desktop syncing kind of person, just drop your Sketch files right into the uploader on InVisionApp.com.
Do I need anything special to make it happen?
Just your copy of Sketch! You keep working your magic in Sketch, and we’ll take care of the rest.
How to import Sketch files
If you’re using InVision Sync or Dropbox, simply save your .SKETCH file to the Source Files folder in your project.
Excluding artboards or pages
To exclude an artboard or page, just put a minus sign (-) in front of its name. Excluding a page will exclude all artboards on that page. Excluding a single artboard will only exclude that artboard. Any assets that are marked for export on those pages / artboards will still be exported.
So go on — give it a try and let us know what you think on Twitter at @InVisionApp.
If you have any questions, you’ll find answers here.
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