Export to Powerpoint Slide Deck
We have many non-design stakeholders who need to provide input into designs and workflows. Oftentimes the easiest way to communicate with them is through a simple presentation.
It would be great if we could export our workflows/canvases into a PPT slide deck that we could annotate - with the interactions and linkages (mostly) auto-annotated in the slide's speaker notes and with the slide order (basically) being the top-down user flow.
Jinson Johny commented
Hello all, I have created a free plugin for Adobe XD that solves this issue. Using the Deck plugin you can convert designs done using Adobe XD into an editable powerpoint presentation
Install the plugin ->
Kevin Goedecke commented
We've recently release an indesign to xd converter here: https://magicul.io/converter/indesign-to-xd
Vicente Zanatta commented
Hello guys! Please use the advice below from de user Subash.
I just did it and it works perfectly.
>>I had to create a presentation for a client in pptx but I used xd so I found a workaround. You can export your xd file as a PDF, open it in acrobat, and export from acrobat as a PPTX file. It's editable as a pptx. Hope this helps!
Aashay D commented
We really need this feature, if not annotate but at-least convert the xd file screens into a editable ppt with all the elements, components copied into the presentation as it looks on XD
I had to create a presentation for a client in pptx but I used xd so I found a workaround. You can export your xd file as a PDF, open it in acrobat, and export from acrobat as a PPTX file. It's editable as a pptx. Hope this helps!
Orignal Fake commented
Daniel Kither commented
Yes please, this would be great
Vijay Prajapati commented
Yes we want this feature....
indeed, managers want to add their changes and comments in power point or keynote so this export feature will be really awesome
Morgan Garrard commented
yes this would be a winner
This would be a big thing for small teams!
Yes, we need this please.
Sci Kick commented
Yeah. This really would be very useful. I make the initial designs in XD, then export it to ppt. My managers could use the ppt to provide feedbacks in notes or annotations.
I really agree with this!