Option to publish all screens even without prototyping
If I started prototyping and publish design specs without the prototype linking all the screens the design spec shows only the screens that are linked in the prototype. The specs link doesn't get updated even if I remove all the links.
In today’s release (XD 27), you can now unset the home artboard in Prototype Mode, which will then publish all of your artboards to your link.
This is very important. We are not able to share all of our designs to stalkholders. Not all the artboards we want to share are prototyped. It would also be great to choose which artboards we want to include in the design specs and not just default it to all because that is not always the case. Our work around for that is creating a new file with the artboards we want to export to design specs and then just deleting it afterwards.
מיכאל שוורץ commented
This cannot be ignored
Ho yes... I do agree!!!!!!!
Frustrating. Adding my support on this two years thread without an answer.
For 100+ screens in one files, I cannot waste my time to link each screen in prototype to make it visible. Please update this feature to let users choosing all artboards are being export for development
Jan Thomassen commented
Jérémy from GigLoft.com commented
Almost two years later come on Adobe!!! My developer needs to see ALL screens, and I shouldn’t have to wire them up in prototype mode just to give him access!
See attached mock-up for how simple this would be
Please add option to publish only selected artboards - for both - prototype and specs.
In a live project there are screens that can be delivered for development while others are still under review or in progress. Having the option to publish(deliver) only approved screens would be very helpful.
Please do this
So frustrating. I've also prototyped some of my project screens and the developer can't see other screens he is working on. I'm working at a big company that has only PCs, and I thought XD will fit a PC, but it looks as if Adobe prefer to develop the Mac programs more. I wish I could use Zeplin, but that doesn't work also. So I'm a bit stuck here.
Dante Orpilla commented
The fact this is here at all completely kills the ability to design for different form factors in the same space.
Missing an option to
A) Publish all artboards
B) Just selected artboards
C) Just linked-artboards (prototype)
And the website where my artboards are shown. This things are missing there:
A) Please combine/unite https://assets.adobe.com/links and https://xd.adobe.com/view/xyz
B) Creating folders should be possible in https://assets.adobe.com/links With this I can sort the links/prototypes in client-folders and project-folders
C) In https://assets.adobe.com/links I should give persons authorization to specific folders or projects or prototypes
Basically having Zeplins function in XD. So we can Share for Development without having to link arboards in prototype mode
Allow 'export all pages' for review (even if not linked)
Yes and please an option to just publish selected pages/artboards!! It's very slow to rearrange the prototype-connections if I just want to show my client 1 (or more) artboard of a specific part of my web project! And rearranging means to destroy a working prototype.
Publish to fast show my client one single and small part of the project is missing at the moment in XD. At the moment it's very complicated. Hope this will be implemented till summer …
please can this be added, it's an absolute FUNDEMENTAL feature when passing work off to Devs!
Michael Craig commented
Any updates on this? The lack of this feature is severely slowing down my current project working with a developer to implement my UI Designs. I'm having to randomly link artboards wherever just to get them to show! Please fix this!
This is frustrating. I'm shocked at how come they missed it.
Agreed. Astounding that this hasn't been addressed yet.