Online Account: Getting Started
As explained in the tutorial above, when you sign up to Justinmind, an online account is created. Your account enables you to store your published prototypes, share them, and have them reviewed by colleagues and clients.
When you sign up, you have a 30-day free trial that will give you access to all Justinmind’s features. Once the trial expires, in order to keep using the online account, you must buy a subscription, a perpetual license or an Enterprise account. You will then be able to choose the number of users you want to include.
The users will share the same account and will have access to the same projects. The person who buys the subscription/license will be the account owner, and only they will be able to change billing details, and add or remove new users.
When you first open the Justinmind editor, you need to sign in to your account from the pop up that will appear.
Click on “Settings” to change the server URL (only if you have an Enterprise account), enable proxy configuration and change the Protocol.
If you have access to more than one account as a user, you will be asked to select the account you want to use upon logging in.
If you want to change your account email address and your password, you can do it in the Profile Settings, in your online account.
When you’re logged in, you can change the first name, last name, account name and profile image from the user card in the top right-hand corner of the editor.
You can also view and modify your profile by clicking on your username in the top right-hand corner of any online account page, or in the Settings Tab (Profile).
A Justinmind account (with a subscription or perpetual license) is limited to 300MB per user. The space used includes the .vp files that the account users have uploaded, plus the space used by shared prototypes and shared libraries. You can check your account status on the right-hand side of your online account page.
Online Account: Settings
The account settings page can only be accessed by the account owner, and it’s mainly used to manage the billing details of an account. Account upgrades can be managed from here, as well as Branding. If you’re using a trial version, any user can access this page to buy a subscription/license.
You can also access your online account from the editor, by clicking at the top right-hand corner and then on the account name inside the user card.
In the Account settings page you will find the following sections:
1) Upcoming payment details
If your account is a subscription, at the top of the page you will see the next payment due date and the last four digits of your credit card. If it’s a perpetual license and the maintenance has expired, at the very top of the page you will see how long it has been expired and a link to renew it.
2) Subscription information: Shows you the type of subscription you have and how you can upgrade it.
3) Subscription actions: Here you will find options to change the payment credit card, change your billing information (i.e. the name and email address of the person the invoices are sent to), downgrade your account, or to cancel your subscription.
4) Account ownership transfer: You can transfer the ownership and access to this page to a different user if needed.
To access your invoices, you need to click on the Billing tab.
All the invoices sent to date are listed here. The billing entries, amount and date are displayed for each invoice. If you want to see or print an invoice, just click on the relevant invoice and it will open in a new tab in your browser.
Finally, you can access the Branding tab to perform the following actions:
– Account name: the account name is shown at the top of each page. Here you can name your account, for instance, with your company name.
– Customize your color: click on the colored square or input the relevant color code to customize the header color. You can use this option to make the platform appearance match your custom logo colors, for instance.
– Set your branding logo: click on the default logo to upload a custom logo. Your logo will be displayed at the top of each online page, at the top of the prototype’s comments area and on the emails sent to the reviewers of your prototypes. You can click again on the logo to change it or to remove your custom logo and go back to the default logo.
- Your online account: the basics
- Add users to your online account and create groups
- How to import users and reviewers from a CSV file
- Online account: Projects page
- Online account: Prototypes page
- Publish a prototype on your online account
- Reshare or replace an already published prototype
- Get a public link for your shared prototypes
- Password protect a shared prototype
- Invite reviewers to a shared prototype
- Review a prototype
- Integrate your prototypes with usability testing tools
- How to add developers to your prototyping workflow ( July 20, 2017 )
- Integration with Sketch ( April 25, 2017 )
- Handy keyboard shortcuts for prototyping with Justinmind ( March 29, 2017 )
- How to import account users from a CSV file ( February 7, 2017 )
- Justinmind’s integration with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) ( December 16, 2016 )
- Importing Sketch UI elements as SVG vector files into Justinmind ( November 18, 2016 )
- Integration with Atlassian JIRA: importing and exporting JIRA issues in Justinmind Enterprise ( November 4, 2016 )
- Justinmind Prototyping Tool: Menus ( August 31, 2016 )
- Dynamic Content widgets for wireframing ( August 9, 2016 )
- Navigation UI widgets for wireframing ( August 5, 2016 )
- UI Container Elements for wireframing ( July 29, 2016 )
- How to embed Google Maps in your web and mobile wireframes ( July 11, 2016 )
- Wireframe template styles and fonts ( July 7, 2016 )
- Account Management – FAQs ( May 31, 2016 )
- Design tools for your prototypes: rulers, guides and grids ( April 29, 2016 )
- Your Justinmind Online Account ( April 28, 2016 )
- Introduction to Justinmind Prototyping tool ( April 6, 2016 )
- Input UI elements for your prototypes ( March 30, 2016 )
- How to create a document template with Microsoft Word: Examples ( March 24, 2016 )
- Advanced operations: creating a document template with Microsoft Word ( March 24, 2016 )
- Real App Prototyping
- API and SDK
- 3rd Party Integrations
- Forms and data lists
- The Workspace
- Dynamic Panels
- Adaptive & Responsive
- UI Elements and Libraries
- Reuse and Apply Global Changes
- Build an Interactive Wireframe
- Simulate and Export
- Share and Get Feedback
- Conditions and Variables
- Set Value and Calculations