Thank you for sharing! I have a little bit different approach. I don’t put my sketch file into Source folder in Invision so it never generate screens from it automatically (i created separate folder for my source files, called it Sketch files).

Once I ready to upload my screens to Invision, I check names and sync them manually from Sketch via Craft plugin.

This gives me better control over what screens are in invision now, which names they have etc.

Often, before I sync new screens to Invision I go to the project and archive all old screens that I don’t need anymore. Archiving is not the best thing as I loose comments, interactions and history but sometimes the names for my screens are changed radically and archiving old screens is the only way to avoid confusion.


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