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View feedback for a prototype on a SharePoint site

Expression Studio 4.0
Applies to Silverlight SketchFlow projects

You can view feedback for a Silverlight SketchFlow project that you and other reviewers have published to a SharePoint site directly in the SketchFlow Player. A designer can also open feedback that has been published to a SharePoint site and view it directly on the Microsoft Expression Blend design surface.

To view feedback from a SharePoint site in the SketchFlow Player

  • With the SketchFlow project open in the SketchFlow Player, on the Shared panel, click Refresh from server Refresh button.

In the top half of the Shared panel is a link to the SharePoint project folder, and the date and time stamps for the individual feedback files that have been published to the document library. Clicking the individual files listed in the top half of the SharePoint panel will highlight the associated feedback in the bottom half of the My Feedback panel.

You can show or hide feedback at any time, either for all feedback files or for specific feedback files, by clicking Show or hide shared feedback SketchFlow Show or Hide Feedback icon.

NoteNote

You can adjust the height of the upper and lower parts of the panel at any time by using the Expand SketchFlow Player Expand icon and Collapse SketchFlow Player Collapse icon icons or by dragging the splitter in either direction.

To view feedback from a SharePoint site in Expression Blend

  1. With the SketchFlow project open, on the Window menu, click SketchFlow Feedback.

  2. In the SketchFlow Feedback panel, click Refresh Refresh button.

The feedback file now appears in the SketchFlow Feedback panel. In the top half of the SketchFlow Feedback panel is a link to the SharePoint project folder, and the date and time stamps for the individual .feedback files that have been published to the site. Clicking on the individual files listed in the top half of the SketchFlow Feedback panel will highlight the associated feedback in the bottom half of the SketchFlow Feedback panel.

Blend workspace / SketchFlow Shared Feedback panel

You can show or hide feedback at any time, either for all feedback files or for specific feedback files, by clicking Show or hide feedback SketchFlow Show or Hide Feedback icon.

NoteNote

When a feedback item is selected, the ink feedback from other feedback files is dimmed on the artboard.

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