Johanna Dahlroos
Johanna DahlroosProduct Designer at @FBinnovationhub.

How do you collaborate with team members using Sketch?

Me and my colleague are working on the same sketch files, but haven't really found a nice solution fot collaborating. Do any of you have a nice solution for it? It's driving me crazy, we tried Figma instead of Sketch but it's still too weak for prototyping in my opinion.
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