We’ve put together a list of features that can help you and your team while you’re working and collaborating!

Inviting a user to a project

You can invite users to a project from the project dashboard. Click on the “Share” button on the right panel, enter the email address associated with their Zeplin account and click on the “+” button:

Once you invite a user to your project, they can publish designs, toggle between versions, add comments, view specs, code snippets, download assets, etc. as their roles allow. You can learn more about roles here: Assigning roles to workspace members

Inviting a user to a styleguide

You can invite users to a global styleguide from the right panel on the “About” page. Click on the “Share” button, enter the email address associated with their Zeplin account and click on the “+” button:

You can learn more about Styleguides here: Getting started with Styleguides

You can get URIs from both desktop and Web apps. URI that links to a project can be copied from the project's Dashboard tab, right panel after you click on the “Share” button.

Web links open the project, screen, or styleguide on the web app. App URIs open up the desktop app if it’s installed. You can learn more here: Sharing app URIs

Comments 🐵

You can use Comments (previously Notes) to ask questions to your teammate or share your feedback on designs. You can eventually close the comments on your screen by resolving them.

You can add a comment anywhere on a screen by pressing Cmd + Clicking (Ctrl for Windows and Linux users).

You can add visual elements like images, GIFs, use Markdown-formatted texts to your comments, organize them using colors, filter by their status or colors. We explained all the details here: Getting started with Comments

Integrations

Zeplin has many integrations that will help you to facilitate communication within your team; Slack, Microsoft Teams, Jira, Trello, Zapier, Storybook, Visual Studio Code. You can learn details and how to set up here: Workflow integrations with Zeplin

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