Sketch Cloud

With Sketch Cloud, you can share Sketch documents and Libraries with others, collaborate and gather feedback, or store your designs privately in the cloud.

There are two ways to use Cloud:

With a Personal License — Sketch Cloud is free, but you will need an active Sketch License (or an active trial) to use it. Any documents you upload are private by default, but you can choose to share them with others. Based on your settings, they’ll be able to leave comments, download documents or add them to Sketch as Libraries.

With a Team Account — Sketch for Teams is currently in beta. When you create a Team, you can invite members to share Sketch documents and collaborate inside a single Team workspace.

If you also have a Personal License (in the form of a Sketch license key) You can choose whether to upload documents to your Team’s shared workspace or your personal account. Find out more about Sketch for Teams pricing.

Last modified on Jul 22, 2019

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