Work on the same design mockup at the same time without risk of overwriting or losing changes. Maintain full control over what is published to the project and what is being saved for later.
Immediate access to the “latest version” of the design as well as all previous versions.
See all the recent project updates and changes in your dashboard’s activity feed.
Inspect when, why and who made a change through the change set history log and visual difference browser.
Tight integration into macOS Finder, so transition from your favourite cloud storage is a breeze.
Versions currently supports Sketch files with more formats coming soon.
Turn a folder on your computer into Versions Project. Add your files to the project, provide a short description on what the mockups are and why you added them, and then upload.
Invite your teammates.
Edit your mockups as usual. When the updated revision of the mockup is ready to publish, click “Sync” in Sketch or use context menu in the Finder folder to start syncing process.
Review your edits before you share them with the team. Discard unnecessary changes right away, keeping only those that matter. Make sure to provide a short description of your work so your team knows what you did. Then, sync.
Access change history and design mockups from both the Versions desktop and web applications.
Work collaboratively on the same design and merge design changes with ease. The “Diff“ tool allows you to eliminate version conflicts and streamline your creative workflow.
Use your existing Git-based repository to store your designs alongside your code. Connect to your repo and use Versions as usual.
Automatically keep design changes in sync with your team. Communicate your changes with the entire team without hassle. Automatically notify designated team members for each design change.
Versions can be integrated with Atlassian Jira, allowing you to link JIRA tasks to designs tracked in “Versions”.
Sympli Versions is a secure, version-controlled hub for your design files. When we host your designs, we take your security seriously using best of breed secure servers to store your projects. Or use Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, or VSTS infrastructure. Additional Git providers will be supported in the near future.Learn More
Watch the video to figure out how to create projects, publish updates, and work with visual diffs.