6 comments

  • Yasen DimovYasen Dimov, over 1 year ago

    InVision has many other problems...

    2 points
    • Simon F, over 1 year ago

      I'm curious to know more

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      • Yasen DimovYasen Dimov, over 1 year ago

        I moved away from InVision right after I realised that there's no REAL password protection for the enterprise version.

        You can password protect the whole prototype, but every time you share, InVision creates a new shared link.

        This link ends up being publicly shared, ALTHOUGH you password protected the whole prototype.

        We almost lost a huge client and it was my fault, as I advocated for Invision.

        I'm not going to go into the whole: It hasn't changed significantly for about 3 years now...

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        • Simon F, over 1 year ago

          interesting. are they/were they indexed by google?

          0 points
          • Yasen DimovYasen Dimov, over 1 year ago

            Yes, we got an email FROM our client that they found them on Google.... and they pointed us to the 172 pages of NDA we signed...

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  • Josh Sanders, over 1 year ago

    add another to the list... the logo on their main site reads

    inVISION

    0 points