Tabbed design view for multiple files
Similar to Photoshop or Illustrator (See attached file), it would be valuable to allow for multiple files to be opened and arranged in the design pane using tabs. This would give users a quick way to switch between their projects and will provide a much better workflow in general.
This is a must for me!
Sathish Devasani commented
HUGE workflow enhancement. Why does Photoshop and Illustrator have it but not XD? I am planning to switch again Figma or Sketch. So many bugs are pending in XD. Without bug fix why XD Launched ?
1. Slice Tool not available for Assets.
2. Multiple tabs can't Open at a time like Photoshop & Illustrator.
3. For Fonts we can't apply Gradient Colors, only we can apply gradients with creating Path, but if will Path converting for Fonts developers can't visible Font Size & Font family details in Zeplin.
nitai oren commented
good if they will do it
Couldn't have said it better myself. Time to get this off being under review.
Have tested out other design programs such as Figma, which offers this incredibly important workflow enhancement. Not sure why it wasn't done like this from the beginning?
Alex Devero commented
This feature would be a big boost for productivity and project management!
Ash Sampson commented
HUGE workflow enhancement. Why does Photoshop and Illustrator have it but not XD? Considering switching to Figma.
Hi, I wanted to make two suggestions to improve the software Adobe XD to be updated in later versions
1:Ability to drag layers from different files to one anothe
2:Ability to open multiple projects on one page
Yes!!!! Please please please! It is so annoying to sometimes have more than 5 Windows open, it would help a lot to organize and improve the workflow!
Oh yes!!! i would love this feature:
I don't really like the seperated files so i would like to have a Mother file with linked tabs inside. This way i can open one file which opens the additional files. Especially for prototyping certain parts of a UI in seperate tabs.
Yes, it is important feature - it should be natively in first relese of Xd, even in beta. Please Adobe make your all products similar :)
Zaki Sayed commented
Under review since mid 2016 for such an important UX feature! Please push tabs in the next update.
Tabs. For the love of all that it Holy. TABS.
Just like you do in your other industry-leading applications. Tabs.
I have no idea why this request is still marked as FEATURE-UNDER-REVIEW. No further review is required.
Adobe XD should support macOS native tab to open multiple document at the same time in the same window.
This has to be one of the most important and necessary updates out of all 1784+ requested featured. It's incredibly tedious and repetitive having to switch between different documents, especially considering it's the main way to access symbols from UI Kits. It makes it very difficult to reference previous versions and different documents.
Every other main Adobe application (Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator) utilise tabs to access multiple documents, and it needs to be included in an update.
Yes please, this is a huge thing I would like too. When in other design programs it is soo much better having multiple tabs open in the one program, really need this in XD as well, as the bottom of the screen gets overloaded with many files open at a time.
Philip King commented
Full marks to the XD team for designing the app to work in macOS's native full-screen mode (unlike pretty much every other Adobe desktop app). The next step is to implement window tabs, like pretty much every other app on macOS.
David Andreu commented
Wait, this is in review since 2016? Okay, that's insane. Please prioritize this, imagine using Chrome where all the tabs are different windows...
Let's bring this into the modern age, shall we?
David Andreu commented
Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. A thousand times yes!
Best Of All Films commented
new windows 10 update has sets api implement this to have better integration with tabs
Agreed, just add it. Can't believe that a tabbed UI wasn't part of the initial plan from the beginning.
George Livieratos commented
Stop reviewing this and just add it.