Hide all panels
Ability to view only stage, some kind of preview mode, no toolbars & right panel. It will let you focus on content.
(like F in Photoshop)
Hey Ryan! Definitely something I’ve been looking for as well!
I can safely say this is a feature we’d all like to see in XD.
Pooya K commented
Hide/Show for inspector panel
Armando Scuro commented
something i do now is go to prototype mode and hide layers/assets panel, that removes almost all panels
but navigating in prototype mode can be annoying because wires get in the way when you click on an artboard
In Photoshop and Illustration tool hide option available. eg., tap on tab key to hide tools. This feature is missing in Adobe XD and finding difficult working In laptop.
For God's sake... please.... allow to hide the Property Bar.
Will be much better to design with full screen (mainly designers with a small monitor resolution).
Looks like an awsome feature, allow to use the XD on full screen.
If you hit the asset's or artboard's quick command to first show panel, you can then hit the same QC again and it will hide / collapse the panel.
For instance the asset's panel quick command to show is: command + shift + y
To then hide / collapse the panel you need to hit command + shift + y again.
The again show the panel you would again need to hit command + shift + y
You can then collapse the assets panel if you again hit command + shift + y
alexia jara commented
would it be possible to make the tool sidebars adjustable, in order to move them to a second screen, which would give me more screenspace on the first screen. Today, the toolbars reduce my work space, which is a shame.
John Benedict commented
Or like hitting TAB to hide everything but the design. Instead of COMMAND + RETURN
Yes! designing at 1920x1080 you have to zoom out to see complete view, not ideal.
I'd prefer to pull out the panels and place on a separate monitor like I used to do in PS for years
This was another feature that I quickly looked for upon first using XD. There's no option—similar to Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign—that allows you to hide all panels and view the "stage" only. Basically, some kind of full screen view that hides all panels and allows you to scroll around and look at all of the canvases.
Kacper Obrzut commented
When user is editing two projects on split-screen, he has no space on the artboard