The ability to create lists, both ordered and unordered. Lists are one of the most used strategies of UX.
The feature should include the ability to have the lines of text align with each other when the text runs to 2 or more lines (see third item in the attached).
The Repeat Grid feature is cumbersome when all I want to do is cut and paste text and turn it into a list. What Adobe is asking us to do is create 2 boxes, one for the bullet/number and one for the text, and then change each box in the grid. If the text runs on to a second line we then need to create a new grid that accommodates 2 lines of text and intersperse the two different types of grids.
Please note that we have a separate story for bulleted (unordered) lists: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/16073923
As a design and development specification application, it makes sense that AdobeXD should support every modern HTML5 DOM element and CSS3 specification. That both helps designers stay in the guardrails of what can be built and facilitates UI development with details not only of font, size and leading, but also lists, indents, and detailed space before, space after, initial cap and other advanced typography these web standards now support.
Yet another disappointment from Adobe. Figma has all of these features and more
How can I design <ul>, <li> and <ol>??
circle, disc, square, alpha-numeric (A ,a ,1 ,i ,I ).
Please add bullets and list options
Are any of the basics ever going to be fixed in XD?
Charlotte Miller commented
There is a plugin now called "Bullet" that does this
Yes, a list function would be very important in my opinion. These are HTML Basics. If you can not set different line spacing with the text editor, then at least a list creation and the ability to work between the paragraphs with padding brings.