How to View Documents on Sketch Cloud
There are a few different ways to view documents in Sketch Cloud.
If you’re editing a document in the Mac app, click on the Cloud button in the Menu Bar, or head to File > Share and choose View on Sketch Cloud…. This will open the document in a new browser window.
If someone has shared a document with your Sketch Cloud email address, you’ll find it under the Shared with Me tab in your Personal Workspace.
If you’re part of a Team (as a Contributor or Viewer), select your Team from the drop-down menu in the top-left of Sketch Cloud to view all of the documents your Team have shared.
If you’ve been sent a link to a Sketch Cloud document, clicking on that link will open it up in Sketch Cloud in a new browser window.
When you open a document in Sketch Cloud, you’ll see its prototypes, pages, Artboards and Symbols. You can click any of these to view them in more detail.
You can also use the drop-down menu in the document’s title to view a particular page’s Artboards.
When you’re viewing an individual Artboard, you can use the Arrow keys or click on the arrows in the top-right to jump between the different Artboards in the document.
When you’re viewing an individual Artboard, you can click on it to zoom in and view it full size. From there, you can scroll around to see all of its contents.
How to Comment on Documents on Sketch Cloud
If a document you’re viewing has comments enabled you can see and add comments against any individual Artboard in the sidebar. To show the sidebar, click on its icon in the top-right.
From here you can scroll through comments or add your own at the bottom. You can use emoji and basic markdown in your comments.
To enable or disable comments for a specific document, open it up in Sketch Cloud, click on the cog icon in the top-right and choose Settings. From there, check or uncheck the Comment option.