Sharing Prototype in a closed network
Currently your sharing prototypes via the internet. What happens to people that work in a location without access to the internet but have an internal network (example: Military personnel). Is there a way or a possibility to share the prototype with all the interaction as a pdf or other type of file extension?
This functionality is now available for a limited set of customers using Creative Cloud for Enterprise. While offline publication is available, current and future sharing and collaboration features will be restricted. The full product functionality and experience in XD is available only when XD uses Creative Cloud services. If you have additional questions, please reach out to your Adobe account team for more information!
Mike Cunningham commented
I would like to stand and be counted with all those who REQUIRE LOCAL Adobe XD EXPORT FOR REVIEW.
Please make this available ASAP!
alden escobar commented
Our A/B testing failed due a not so perfect internet connection. Please add the ability to share a prototype locally.
Due to this issue we maybe prototyping in Axure in the very near future.
I need sharing prototypes in a closed network. Without this it is impossible for my managers to allow me to work with Adobe XD. Add this feature, this is very important in this software. Thank you!
Marian Nedelchev commented
Hi Adobe XD team! "Publish to the CC cloud" is a great feature for freelancers, which makes it very easy to reveal the output of one's work (prototype and design spec) in a really fast and easy way.
However, as a lot of the guys stated previously, it is a "must have" to be able to export and publish as html project locally or privately shared drive as the compliance policies are very strict for the greater number of companies nowadays. Postponing the feature makes it hard to suggest Adobe XD as the right choice in front of the management when evaluating similar products... I hope you will pick this up and prioritize it sooner as Adobe XD looks like a very promising app.
Thanks for your efforts and keep up the good work!
Please make this happen. Unstable internet connections are making our managers look at other options such as Axure.
Rogeross Beraña commented
I hope this also means using Adobe XD without an Adobe account. My company is a bank and they dont want us signing in and uploading our works to an external server
this is really important for our company. We love designing our product with the Adobe Cloud and we want to continue doing so. However, we need to provide customers with XD documents, which is no longer allowed in the cloud thanks to DSGVO.
Please provide a current status of the feature request. How long will it take you? If the feature request is not enforced, we may be forced to switch to other products not coming from Adobe.
Marta Musial commented
Yes please do it, my Chinese clients can't use the prototypes in the internet.
Michael Kim commented
unbelievable that this hasn't been resolved yet. There are huge ramifications of not giving the option for companies to securely store their designs off of a public cloud. I can't believe this basic request hasn't been resolved yet and the ticket has been open for 2+ years. Adobe, this is unacceptable for teams with corporate licenses!
Omer Nahshon commented
Our IT blocked the option to upload to adobe cloud, we need both local publish and local design-spec ASAP
Ofek Avergil commented
have a not internet dependent version, especially for enterprise licenses.
I work at an office with restrictions of internet connection, and unfortunately can't use Adobe xd because of that. I wish you would have an Offline version.
An offline version of it is what we all need. I'm sure it could be converted to an iPhone app fairly easy. so PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN ADOBE..... proto types that can be sent in an email and opened with a mobile device without a cloud connection. its the best way to test it without publishing it.
Adding my voice to the number of people who need this function. I would like to use this to share prototypes with Patreon followers and I'm going to guess you don't want the CC sharing feature to include thousands of people viewing a prototype every time I post an update.
We need a way to publish prototypes that are not hosted on CC.
For many enterprise organization there are security ramifications of storing prototypes in the cloud-based service.
There needs to be a means to publish an offline copy of a prototype which does not involve having to create share links. Password-protecting links is not a viable alternative as there are security holes with that in and of itself.
I would seriously love to evangelize the use of this tool at my organization, but until an offline publish feature is available, it's just not viable. We'd be better prototyping in Flash/Animate at this rate.
"FEATURE-UNDER-REVIEW · July 12, 2016" ?
Any feedback on this Adobe? This is a BIG thing, as legally, we too are unable to store our content on your Cloud servers.
Under review - July 2016 gives the impression you are not going to release this anytime soon, which is a shame as XD is a great lightweight, quick prototyping tool.
It means we'll likely have to look elsewhere for our UX prototyping tools.
[Deleted User] commented
Would also be very interested in any update regarding this. We are a UX design service provider keen on using Adobe XD, especially with the design spec currently in development. As ****** pointed out, the lack of closed network support also impacts this feature.
Due to confidentiality agreements, storing our clients data and corresponding work results in a cloud system is not possible.
What is the status of this item ? Would like to licence XD but also need a way to share an interactive version in a secure local network !
Exactly I have the same problem with the network restriction inside my company, so I can't publish prototypes directly from XD. So it would be nice if I can upload my XD file to the cloud and publish prototypes directly from it
This limitation is huge for the company that I work for. It was also what prevented the team from using it when working on projects that I've had in the past. Sketch or Illustrator are the alternatives, but would prefer to do everything in xd.
This is a must have for companies and clients that are dealing with sensitive information. Without this feature we cannot use XD!