Sharing and Collaboration Features

Modified on Thu, 04 Jan 2024 at 07:46 AM

In the Invoke Studio, users generate images that, by default, are only visible to them inside of that project. 

When you want to share these images with your team, this support article will guide you through the process of sharing images within Invoke, and walk through how to use the shared images' metadata for generating new content.

Default Privacy Settings

All images created in the Studio are private to the generating user, by default. This ensures that work that isn’t ready for others to use doesn’t clutter the project until you decide to share it.

Sharing Images

To share an image with your team, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the image you want to share in your Studio.
  2. Hover over the image. A share icon will appear.
  3. Click on the 'Share' button - The filled in icon indicates that this image is now shared, and visible in the studio and project page for everyone else on the project.

Viewing Shared Images

Shared images can be viewed by your team members in the following ways:

  1. In their Studio: Shared images will appear at the top of their designated board.
  2. On the Project: The image will also be visible in board on the boards gallery in the project.

Utilizing Metadata for New Content Creation

The metadata of shared images can be a valuable resource for generating new content. It includes information like settings and models used, as well as the prompt. Team members can access this metadata to replicate or modify the image, by viewing the image in the Project and using the image toolbar to use the image’s metadata (by using the * icon), or directly from the gallery.

Contacting Support

For further assistance or if you encounter any issues, please contact our support team. You can reach out to us through the 'Help' or 'Support' section in the Studio, or email us directly at [email protected]

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