When using Framer on the web, you can invite others to view and collaborate on your Framer project in real-time.
Collaboration is only possible in Framer Web, while Framer Desktop provides a more isolated environment to work in.
There is no limit to the number of people who can simultaneously edit or view your project on Framer Web.
You can invite, view, and manage your project’s collaborators in the Collaboration menu.
To open the collaboration menu, click on your project's list of collaborators in the Toolbar.
How to add a collaborator to your project
To invite a collaborator from the Collaboration menu, enter their e-mail address, select the collaborator’s permissions type, and click Invite.
Inviting collaborators, whether they are viewers or editors, is free for private projects listed under your Drafts.
To change a collaborator’s permissions, click on their current permission type and select the new type.
To learn more about permissions, head over to our article on setting permissions.
To remove a collaborator, click on their current permission type and select Remove.
Sharing a Project Link
You can also invite collaborators by sharing a project link.
To share a project link, click the Copy Project Link button at the bottom of the Collaboration menu. You can send the link to anyone you'd like.
To control who can join your project via a project link, click the access dropdown at the bottom of the collaboration menu either Anyone with the link can view or Only collaborators can access.
In the Editor, your project’s collaborators are listed as a row of avatars on the right side of the Toolbar. A colored avatar indicates that the collaborator is currently viewing the project.
How to see collaborators
A collaborator’s permissions control whether the collaborator may edit a project or only view it. You can edit a collaborator's permissions in the Collaboration Menu.
How control your collaborators role