At UXPressia, sharing works on a project level only so there is no way to share a single map (unless you move/copy it to an empty project and then share that project).
There are 3 ways you can grant access to a project:
Public access. Anyone with a direct link can access the project, no login required.
Workspace access. All workspace members have access to the projects that are shared with the whole workspace.
Access via email. Only logged-in users with specified emails will have access to the project.
Public Access (Direct Access)
Public access allows you to share projects via shareable links. In this case, all people with the link can access your project. And the best part is there they don't need a UXPressia account to view/edit the project.
When to use? When you're sharing your work with a boss, a manager, a teammate or a client and you don't want them to sign up at UXPressia as they just need to see how the work is going on. Or make a few minor changes.
All the projects created in a given workspace are shared with the whole workspace by default. Workspace members see them in a single list of projects on the dashboard.
Workspace members with the Contributor role have the same editing rights, while members with the Viewer role are only able to view projects, maps, and personas and leave comments.
❗ Note: you can hide projects from your workspace members by putting them in the “Private projects” folder.
When to use? This one works best when collaborating closely with your teammates and you want all the members of your workspace to have automatic access to the project.
Access via email
Access via email works for signed-up users only so make sure the person you share the project with has an account at UXPressia.
When to use? It's best to use it when giving single access to one person who is outside of your workspace or sharing a private project with others.
Note: Only workspace contributors can use the sharing functionality.
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