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!
How can that be that other feature requests like animation are upvoted thousand of times and Multiple Pages, which is a basic feature, is not prioritized? I wonder how other designers work around that issue...
Please add it!
when adobe chose to ignore a basic feature for years and even if it is also in feature requests for years
kyle baxter commented
yes please implement this already! Create a new XD and name it, save it in the right folder just to separate drafts from finals? Like cmon already Adobe, how is this workflow efficient?
This is a pretty big omission from Adobe. One of the main reasons I am considering switching to Figma as it's becoming so time consuming organising different variants, moodboard, wireframes etc in different files which is made worse when XD has no tabs functionality.
Daniela Hellmann commented
It's kind of impossible to organize a big project at the moment. This feature would help so much and would save time and effort. I would create pages for the various features or sub-projects in a project, have one for components, one for a styleguide, and if I could then also share this pages with the developer that would be awesome.
I'm waiting for this feature since the beginning and I really like how Adobe XD has developed - but I can imagine that it's one of the features why Designer use other applications - or think about switching.
Are there plans to implement this feature request in the future?
Tony M commented
Could we get a response from adobe on whether or not this feature is planned or a version of this feature?
It's a me Mario commented
It has been almost four years now and this is still a missing feature. It can be found in Sketch, which is why I favor it instead of XD when ever I can work solely on my Mac for a project. It should be simple to add Layers to which you can create or move Artboards. It makes organizing your project so much simpler and should be rather simple.
I am new to UX design so I am learning both XD and Sketch right now. This (so far) seems like the biggest item that makes Sketch more versatile. I, personally, like to keep files compact and efficient so being able to toggle between versions (pages) within one document seems like a must-have item.
Karen Beal commented
Another vote for multiple pages. Various reasons I'm not making the switch to XD is this, and more flexibility within components for vertical rescaling. Seems XD is set up for very 'perfect' use cases where all content is a fixed height. It's not easy to achieve in Sketch, but its far more flexible than XD at the moment.
Julius Koroll commented
Especially when uploading documents as a link, I need separation between different flows. Simply uploading the whole thing is not working out without seperation between the different areas. And pages would be the most efficient way.
Meirion Williams commented
Come on Adobe, this is a pretty basic requirement if someone is to work on a large project with many artboards without going insane.
Copied from another related thread because these features are connected in my mind:
This is a huge thing that is missing. We have large Sketch files that we've imported to XD with many, many artboards including versions-in-progress and I do NOT want all of them published to the share link. Right now my workaround is to export the drafts for review and send them as a JPG which sucks because that's the whole reason we were trying to use XD in the first place. A few of these cloud/sharing features aren't practical with the constraints as set up so even though in theory XD is a better choice, it's becoming more work to try to make it functional for our use cases. And now, it's sharing ALL the screens which is even more infuriating since I haven't created any flows at all! Obviously there are some cases where I'd want to share all the screens but I'd like the option.
Would like to see:
- ability to separate "flows" and share each flow individually without having to create a new XD document.
- ability to tell XD which screens I want included in the prototype and to maybe toggle "share all" as well
Cynthia Duku-Asamoah commented
This needs to happen...ideally I want to make the full switch from Sketch to XD but this lack of basic feature is the reason I haven't. Please can you make a priority!!!
Absolute priority. We were working in XD for a couple of years, but will switch to Sketch for all our future projects, after having huge problems maintaining and updating UI for a large project, over multiple files. Not having way to group and organize artboards into pages makes a hot mess and caused us to lose a lot of time.
Please make this a priority in your roadmap. Not having pages requires multiple files and makes workflow among teams very messy.
Akshita Rastogi commented
This feature is a must-have it is so difficult to maintain multiple iteration files separately. It makes so much chaos within the team. Please make this feature available.
Derek Steinke commented
I know this is old, but I'm also going to throw my comment in here. This should really, really, really be at the top of your priority list, Adobe! It's pretty much the sole reason I'm not using XD more regularly. This and the inability to use images as fills. PLEASE make this update!!!
Austin Condiff commented
This request is 4 years old. Is there any hope for this feature being build into XD at this point? The lack of organization within files kills productivity.
Agreed, I'm literally running out of space on my canvas and using poor organization practices due to the lack of this feature. At the very least, you should have a components page where you can edit the master version of each component instead of taking up valuable space on your canvas.