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This article was published on September 17, 2015

InVision expands on its Slack integration, adds chat functionality

InVision expands on its Slack integration, adds chat functionality
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Design platform InVision has added another partnership to its mix: Slack.

In an effort to “support the entire product design process from start to finish.” InVision is simply adding another tool designers were already using. It also hopes integrating with Slack will lead to more collaboration.

InVision has previously teamed up with the likes of Dribbble, Sketch and Box. The company has made use of Slack before, but it was a simple screen sharing workaround.

The new Slack integration is similar (you can still share your work directly to Slack), but adds a conversational aspect to your design environment as you’ll now get responses within InVision. That means quicker feedback, which should improve review times and faster project turnarounds.