Multiple pages (separate sets of artboards)
Sometimes, for 1 design project we need to make several options and to do so currently we need to create new files every time and name them with versions. So I think it would be really cool if we can create multiple designs within the same file and then be able to have multiple prototype links also based on different options, that would organize stuff and make it much easier.
We’re planning to support pages in XD. Stay tuned!
David Kempenaar commented
Please add this feature, i dont want to switch to Figma... But i feel like i have to at this point.
soun senghout commented
As an avid user of Adobe XD for my design projects, I have found immense value in its intuitive interface and powerful design tools. However, one limitation that I have encountered is the absence of multi-page support within the application. The ability to create and navigate between multiple pages would significantly improve workflow efficiency and organization, especially when working on complex projects or designing comprehensive user experiences.
Having multi-page support would allow designers like myself to seamlessly manage different sections or user flows within a single project file, making it easier to iterate, collaborate, and present designs to stakeholders. It would eliminate the need for separate XD files or workarounds to achieve a comprehensive design solution.
I understand that Adobe XD already offers artboards as a way to organize content, but the addition of true multi-page functionality would be a valuable enhancement, aligning the platform more closely with the needs of UX/UI designers.
I kindly request that you consider implementing multi-page support in a future update of Adobe XD. I believe this feature would further solidify Adobe XD's position as a leading design tool and provide a more seamless experience for designers across various industries.
This idea was brought up SEVEN YEARS AGO and put in the backlog 2.5 years ago. This means that it's never going live...right? Feels like a carrot on a stick.
Kiru im wunderland commented
This is a critical feature that distincts XD from Figma. When will you implement this? Over two years in backlog is really sad for such an important feature.
Mike M commented
Please add this feature in. Everyone keeps pushing Figma but but my team likes Xd much better.
Deepak Aggarwal commented
Is it still being worked upon? Earlier Figma was a competitor, and the chances of delivering this feature were much more. Staying tuned since 2020
James Hiller commented
This was said to be in the backlog in 2020. What is the update on adding pages to a file. It would make everyone's life so much better if you could keep all versions of a project in one file and organized on a page. It's such a frustration to have to open multiple files for one project.
Mike M's comment a few below this one nailed it. I LOVE Adobe XD -- and it's tragic to see the lack of support for a few essential basics turn its usage into a complete no-go for people.
L.chand Shrestha (Devin) commented
Adobe XD is already so laggy compared to Figma. Yes XD is smooth at first. Say for few app screens. But for 30, 40 pages and all components and everything made its laggy. Laggy, I mean not in interface but in input of mouse and keyboard. Input lag is what makes me wanna suicide because file size is not even 5mb and XD lags like file is 50GB. Such a input lag makes me feel I'm playing video games at 2fps. I dont want to brag about my PC specs.
But XD i think already hangy hangy XD will become rock once pages is implemented. LOL.
Have u even used Figma? Adobe developers?
Why this input lag is not fixed? Why does mouse scroll acts as scroll and all of sudden zoom?
Solution : I quickly Alt+Tab to any open window and go back to XD to temporary get out of lag.
So finally coming to the point, adding pages in XD is a joke. Its like building empire state on top of MC Donalds 1 floor shop with wooden ceiling. XDXDXDXD!!!
How would anyone think XD can handle pages when it cannot handle itself???? hahahaha
Mr. D commented
Our team is getting frustrated at having to create separate XD files specially when a client project with a many design phases could be all included in the same XD file with first level page structure.
(Ex. Page 0 (Cover page, creative brief), Page 1 (Moodboard), Page 2 (Wireframe), Page 3 (Mockups), Page 4... ect.))
Managing all these individual shared xd links to clients is becoming a frustrating task. I hate to bring this up but if that page feature is exactly like the one in Figma, we would be happy.
That Page feature would allow us to separate multiple Canvas with artboards per different design topics.
I hope this feature is getting bump at the top because this is becoming a serious need for our team.
Mike M commented
This feature is a necessity at this point.
I have customers making us use Figma, and I hate Figma. Xd is so much easier to use 80% of the time, and much better in terms of prototyping. But Figma does have Xd over a barrel in some functionality, and pages is a big one. I know it's more complicated than this but basics:
- Add pages section to assets panel
- Add new page = new interior cloud doc with all same assets and resources, shared links, etc.
- Pages navigation selector/dropdown to the assets panel to be able to switch between pages (cloud docs)
- When sharing prototypes, be able to view/navigate prototype links by pages "page-name/prototype-name"
Come onnn please Adobe, stop prioritising shiny smoke and mirror features to impress in presentations, we need more practical and efficient working features to be implemented
Not to mention that having multiple files open at the same time can cause, among others key factors, this annoying lag: heavy slow response either while designing or switching among Prototype, Share, Design tabs. Even closing one of the opened files can cause this frustrating lag (I tried every trick and workaround ever lived on the web and Adobe recommendations, but it comes back. Always). If you guys include this feature, that'd mean getting rid of this damn lag as well
K Nguyen commented
I have been waiting for years but XD is still far behind Figma in user experience.
Andrea Scotto commented
Adobe XD development is lacking behind a lot. Figma here we come.
Seriously thinking of switching to Figma for this. Along a host of other small things.
Another great thing that Figma has, but Adobe doesn't.... why big companies always comes late when is about great ideas, or just decide to ignore little things that have a great impact (ex: adding background to overlays)?
Your life will be better in Figma
Vick Sleiman commented
I think this is definitely not a feature that should be in the backlog... it's should have been in development by now. We really need this. We're constantly running out of space in our files and many times it doesn't make sense to create a new file just to gain more space. Not to mention that when your competitors have this feature and many of us have switched from other softwares to XD, it's not surprising we feel let down by the lack of something so common in alternative softwares. I say this with all my love for XD, of course! :)
Mido R. commented
any update on this?