Hosting and Sharing Team Projects on Axure Share


Hi everyone,

With the release of Axure RP 8 last year, we also introduced Axure Share hosting for team projects. This hosting option simplifies the team project workflow, making it easier for your team to get started with new projects and manage existing ones.

Some of the main benefits of team projects on Axure Share are:

  • No SVN setup! Configuring an SVN server and project repository permissions can be a bit tricky in complex corporate network environments. When you host your team projects on Axure Share, though, there’s nothing to configure. We take care of that for you so your team can spend less time on setup and more time on prototyping.

  • Streamlined publishing! Publishing edits to your Axure Share–hosted team project is as easy as checking in your changes in Axure RP. Once the team project receives the changes, Axure Share automatically regenerates the project’s HTML, so the published version of the project always stays up-to-date.

  • Works with Axure Share Enterprise! If your team is hosting team projects on an internal SVN server or network drive because security policies prevent you from using Axure Share, on-premises Axure Share Enterprise may be the best solution for you. To learn more, head over to

If you’re ready to get started with team projects on Axure Share, the steps below can get you up and running in a jiffy.

  1. Log in to in your web browser and create a new workspace. Then, invite your coauthors to the workspace.

  2. In Axure RP, create a new team project via either “File > New Team Project” or “Team > Create Team Project from Current File”. In the “Folder” field of the Create Team Project dialog, select your new shared workspace.

  3. Send the Axure Share ID for the team project to your coauthors, and ask them to accept the shared workspace invitation at Once they’ve accepted, they can get their own local copies of the team project via “Team > Get and Open Team Project” in Axure RP.

If your coauthors are having trouble getting local copies of the team project, follow the steps below to troubleshoot.

  • Ensure that the team project is located in a shared workspace. To do this, log in to and click on the workspace containing the team project. Under the workspace name is a “Shared with” field that lists everyone with access to the workspace. If your coauthors aren’t listed there, go to “Manage Users > Invite People” to invite them. If any coauthors are listed as “Pending”, ask them to log in to and accept the workspace invitation.

Note: The “My Projects” workspace cannot be shared with other users. If you created your team project in that workspace, set up a new workspace on the “Workspaces” page, invite your coauthors to it, and move the team project into the new shared workspace.

  • Ensure that the project ID your coauthors are using is a valid team project. To do this, log in to and click on the workspace containing the project ID. Then, look at the project’s icon. If it’s pink, it’s a valid team project; if it’s any other color, it isn’t. See step 2 of the quickstart instructions above to learn how to create a valid team project.

  • Ensure that your coauthors are able to connect to Axure Share. If they’re receiving an error message that says “Unable to connect to Axure Share”, click the link below for further troubleshooting steps.
    Unable to connect to Axure Share - What It Means and What to Do