What is the easiest way to work in teams !? Just open the project for comments - is this possible!?

hi there - just starting in penpot

what is the easiest way to work in teams !? Just open the project for comments - is this possible!?

please let me know the easiest way to get started in penpot - teams

thank you

btw. i do not use docker - i just want to open a project for comments and ideas of all the team-member.

Hello @Martin_Kaspar

Maybe this tutorial can help you:

Also a tutorial about comments:

many thanks for the quick answer - awesome.

well i am new to Penpot:

what makes me wonder is the question regaring the team-option in penpot:

i know that we can invite ppl into projects via the email. but is it possible to have a link to a certain project - and to share only this link!?

does this work!?

in other words - can i allow all the ppl that have the link (and only the link) to collaborate - that is

to comment to do some thing in the project etc. etx

is this possible!?

Hello, we still don’t have this option on penpot

hi there - many thanks for the reply. What a pity
well with this option we would have something similar and equvalent to Github in Codework

but without its pretty hard for some projects to get real efforts in colaboration

hmmm - its hard to face this limitation… I really like penpot - with all its nice features

hope to see such feature & option and functionality in near future

since we do not have this - its really hard to work on open projects

imagine: imagine github with the only option of invitation their coworkers and teammates via e-mails that have been sent like you do this in penpot

this would make github to a tool that nobody in the world would use: (since) - this would be a pain in the ass

so plz do me a favor - add some more functionality - to the allrady good looking penpot

update: i do not know if figma or sketch has such a feature!?

perhaps you can tell us!?

plz plz plz do me one favor: add this option - add this feature: Figma can do this:


Yes. In the share screen there’s a “copy link” button.

go ahead - go for the good goal and add this !!! The community needs this
imagine - no one in the world would use github if it is designed so poor and bad…

just go ahead add the important feature!!!

sorry - but here you can see what is needed:
How to share a Figma file to someone without a Figma account
No, they don’t need an account: a step-by-step guide on how to share a Figma or FigJam file to your friend, colleague, or tester.

Sharing a file with a non-Figma user
Open up the file you want to share

First open up the file you want to share — steps for both FigJams and design files are similar. In this example, I’m using a standard design file.

Hit the “Share” button in the top-right
From the editor screen, open up the share menu — this will be the modal screen, where you can also grab the share link from.

Use the dropdown to change “Only people…” to “Anyone…”

Here’s the magic: skip over the email invite text field, and select the dropdown underneath. By swapping it to “Anyone with the link”, you’re essentially making your file publicly viewable.

Be sure to set “edit” or “view” as required

Use the dropdown to select which permission you want to grant to people with the public link. Often this is “view” but other times you may want “edit”, too.

Grab the share link

Once that’s all done, you can grab the share link by hitting “copy link” in the bottom left of the share modal. Send this URL to your recipient.

Thanks for your feedback, i will let the team know