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!
It's useful to attach a/some file in the project
I completely agree. I also work for a large company and we are blocked from sharing via Creative Cloud, understandably so. Being able to save the prototype locally and share it through our own company's cloud would be wonderful. The recording is a huge file size, and doesn't give my client the control to click through themselves.
While the vote count may be low for this request, I can't express how important it is for those of us who work for large companies. You may have lots of customers using your share capabilities, but most likely, they just aren't aware of the risks.
Completely agree that sharing via Adobe's website is not appropriate for client work. We need to be able to save the interactive prototype locally and share through our company's secure mechanisms. The recordings are huge files and don't give the end user the control to click through it themselves.
Same story here. Not permitted to share online
I hope adobe understands that every individual commenting here could represent millions of dollars in business.
+1 requesting this
I have the same problem as Sebastian. For security and privacy reasons, we need an on-premise storage solution for prototype sharing - not a cloud hosted by Adobe.
Sebastian Hickey commented
Until XD allows me to share protoypes (without having to host them on a publicly accessible location), I can't get its use approved.
I have the same issue -- I work for a large financial services institution where we'd like to take advantage of XD but we need the ability to share a prototype internally within our organization without using Adobe Creative Cloud which we're blocked from accessing. The solution would be the ability to export the prototype as a package of html/images that we could host on any web server.
Nathaniel Anderson commented
As it turns out, #2) Technique works pretty well; visit https://xd.adobe.com/view/whatever and in Chrome right-click "Save as" , save to "Web page, Complete" format. Then open Chrome with CORS security disabled , and, it seems to allow all the same navigation.
I had the same problem. some other countries clients cannot open this link so how, and required a offline interaction prototype. Wish adobe XD could have an option to download as a PDF or powerpoint format directly
It would be awesome if it becomes a web URL based prototype for remote testing and feedback.
I work at a large tech company and we're not able to store our designs on other people's cloud storage (and sharing/collaboration) solutions. That's such an essential part of the XD experience, and I'd like to have my team use the product - instead of Sketch/Illustrator.
How can I (have Adobe) set up custom cloud sharing for XD so designers in my company can access all the features without using Adobe CC?
I am aware of custom enterprise level installations of some Adobe products (content management systems) a was told at Adobe Max by and Adobe employee that it would be possible to set up a custom cloud storage solution that is not part of any Adobe owned cloud storage (for use with XD) - but got no further details at the time. It was just a conversation in passing.
I'm looking for more details.
Rich Lee commented
dealbreaker - intellectual property precludes using external servers for sharing.
Yup, it's 2017 - not 2005. Why no options for closed networks? Makes ZERO sense. It's not like Adobe would have to build an export feature - they have that and use it for the current 'link to a prototype' functionality.
I would like the ability to export interactive prototypes to HTML 5, so I can share them with my team.
I know that there is a share feature that lets you share prototypes, but I cannot use it as all my prototypes have confidential information that cannot be hosted in an outside service such as Adobe. If I were to share the prototypes with your share feature, I would probably get in a lot of trouble.
I work in a well-know tech company that has a fruit for a name. :P. I am sure a lot of employees within my company currently have the same issue, not to mention other designers that work with confidential information.
Without this feature, I am limited to presenting the prototypes form my computer, which is not ideal.
The HTLM code does not have to be clean or pretty, just functional.
Daniel Haendler commented
I don't want to upload it in the cloud in every case. I also want to send one offline Clickdummy file to my customer.
Deal breakers - no internal share, no password on cloud access.
@ Peter Flynn, these methods are still inadequate for client work;
For one, they would need to open Adobe XD on their end,
For two, the online prototypes are completely insecure (no passwords) and listed in google results.
An exported prototype could be zipped and sent securely.
Jumping from what we currently have to Adobe XD is difficult to fight for without this functionality.
Agreed with many other comments. I work for the MoJ and internet connections in prisons are not available (for obvious reasons). I love the simplicity of XD but this is a deal breaker so far. Back to other apps, unfortunately.