Carousel / Side-scroll / Horizontal Scroll
Ability to create and customise content carousels or slideshow type scrollable areas.
Currently there is a "scroll" feature in build, but it seems to be about page scroll and up/down scrollable areas.
I’m excited to announce that with XD 30 we’ve added support for Scroll Groups. Try it out and please let us know your feedback.
Use these resources to learn more about the feature:
1. Tutorial: https://t.co/ySNRLeDzPV?amp=1
2. Blog post: https://theblog.adobe.com/xd-june-2020-scroll-groups-stacks-more/?scid=3%202f3ddc0-7c6a-46d2-8e65-0033367b151f&mv=social&mv2=owned_social
Under review still? Guys, the feature can talk already.
Just like the Photoshop, they are there!
Just do Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V from the Photoshop scrollbars to the XD interface :)
we need this urgently, please add this feature!
This is a MUST now.
Pierre Kaiser commented
We need this!
Paul Lucci commented
Guys. It's been too long. We need this feature.
The difference of open sourcing vs contained! If this was open sourced by Adobe, they would have got most of this feature working!
Ian TIempo commented
This feature has been under review for so many years. Please add this feature as soon as possible this year. I can't think of any reasons why you didn't put this feature on the app.
Cannot Believe this is not available considering the quality of everything else about the app. Crossing my fingers its ready Soon!.. ;)
BRUNO FRANCISCO DE ARAUJO RIBEIRO commented
What wrong with people @ adobe? I mean, since 2017 this is by far the most wanted feature. XD stands for Experience Design, right? Do you believe it's possible to give an idea of "USER EXPERIENCE" using a single axis of the device? Vertical, that's the only direction i should use by designing in Adobe XD. Really??? I moved to Figma 2 years ago, from Sketch, and I keep seeing great features like micro-interactions coming to XD... and I get my self-thinking: should i move to XD? Hold on. NO! They don't have horizontal scroll areas! Unbelievable, that's the only definition I can find. Unbelievable. So, XD designers: keep using the "Gambiarras as Alexandre suggested.
Alexandre Rocha commented
I've found questions about this topic on the web, dated from more than one year ago. There's no solution yet? Horizontal drag function step by step, from left to right and vice versa without using any kind of "gambiarra" as we says in Brazil.
This feature has been under review for so many years. When will it be ready?
Kevin Freitas commented
Just ramping up on XD to help support my design team and horizontal scrolling is vital to their work. Please make this a priority or we'll likely have to skip this for other prototyping/design tools.
Martin Sarna commented
Being able to set up a drag trigger is great. Being able to drag back automatically would be great.
It's quite surprising to see that the horizontal scrolling feature is not introduced yet. It's very essential for a prototype. When can we expect to see?
Junior Rocha commented
Would be awesome if we had a component has a drag vertically and Horizontaly in auto-animate to change state of a component, would be very useful to prototype a carroussel for example, beacause using multiple artboard to do that increase a lot the number of artboards.
Another useful feature would be fix the position ONLY of the image.
Example the image fixing in the first part of a artboard and mask below to not show the image, and when we scroll the page the image is reveal, to simulate vertical parallax effect.
But some carrousel and parallax effect feature component ready would be greater.
Kirk Lewis commented
In design mode, add a container that is connected to a specific artboard. A container is a part of the design and more than likely not triggered to display (like an overlay). This would enable the possibility to have multiple side-scrolling carousels in a row (Like Netflix). I imagine there would need to be an option to disable vertical scrolling if this is necessary for your prototype. Preserving the loaded artboard's vertical scrolling could possibly allow for the ability to simulate something like a map where you can move a contained area around in any direction. A container has no interactions. That is handled in the respective artboard of which the container is connected to.