Show all interaction wires (links) without having to Select All
In order to work and review the overall faster, I need an option to click on on the view menu that allows me to see all the links without having to click on all the artboards.
Note: you can see all links by pressing Cmd-A to select all.
This view can get messy if you have many links. For a streamlined view of all links, please upvote https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/12957801-simplified-view-of-artboard-links
oh I didn't know that :O
Note: you can see all interaction links already by doing Select All when you're in Prototype mode. But if there are many links, this view can get cluttered -- see https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/12957801-simplified-view-of-artboard-links for more on that.
When I was linking the artboards together, it is quite cumbersome to remember which artboards you have linked to which pages. I was only able to see the linkage I created only when I click on the artboard.
I understand that the linkage can look annoying because it's blocking parts of the artboards. But I need to cross check any pages that are still missing the linkage, especially when I have 50 app screens.
So I recommend having a hot key to turn on and off the ability to see the linkage in Prototype mode.
Katelyn Pettit commented
It would be nice to have a view option in the Prototype mode where you can see all the connection arrows to and from all the pages at once.
Right now in order to see all the connections between all the screens you have to click and drag and select all the pages which gets ludicrous when you have a lot of pages. It would be nice if you could just do this with a click of a button and not have it select all the pages at the same time.
Also having different colors of arrows or types of connections would be useful for organizing the different buttons, slide outs, toggles, and such between pages in the prototype.