Teams and Cloud articles

  1. What happens if I cancel my Sketch for Teams Subscription?

    If you cancel your Sketch for Teams subscription your team can keep using Sketch until the end of the billing period. After that date, your documents will be in read-only mode and you will still be able to download them from Sketch Cloud. Any Contributors on your team won’t be able to open, edit or upload documents in Sketch and you won’t be able to add or edit team members.

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  2. How to use Cloud Documents

    With Cloud Documents, you can save and open documents from Sketch Cloud directly in the Sketch Mac app.

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  3. How much does Sketch for Teams cost?

    When you sign up for Sketch for Teams you’ll get a 90 day free trial — so you’ll have plenty of time to test out the new teams features, without having to pay. Very soon we’ll be adding a license exchange feature that will allow you to convert your existing Sketch license(s) into credit towards your team account.

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  4. How does the Sketch for Teams public beta work?

    The Sketch for Teams public beta is open to any team. To join, simply sign up and choose a billing plan. We’ll add more features to the beta over time, and we’ll of course welcome any feedback you have! This is a paid beta, but every Sketch for Teams account includes a fully-featured, 90-day free trial.

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  5. Will Sketch for Teams replace volume licensing?

    We know there are lots of reasons why a team need to stick with volume licensing over Sketch for Teams. Right now, you’ll still be able to buy and renew volume licenses as normal, but we’ll contact volume license holders if this changes in the future.

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  6. Will I need a Sketch License to use Sketch for Teams?

    If you join Sketch for Teams as a contributor, you'll get access to the Mac app (along with regular updates) as part of your team's subscription. In other words, no more license keys!

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  7. Does Sketch for Teams include live document collaboration?

    The initial public beta does not include live document collaboration. This is in development right now and we're working hard to get it right. We'll have more information and a release date for this later in the year.

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  8. Will Sketch for Teams replace Sketch Cloud?

    No. If you're not part of a team, you'll still be able to make the most of Sketch Cloud with a few added benefits, such as versioning and the ability to store all of your Sketch documents on Sketch by default.

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  9. Will I be able to use Sketch in the web browser with this beta?

    In the near future, we'll be bringing some aspects of Sketch to the browser, like developer handoff. As for real-time, collaborative editing, our aim is to bring this to the Mac app later this year.

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