Multiple pages (separate sets of artboards)
Sometimes, for 1 design project we need to make several options and to do so currently we need to create new files every time and name them with versions. So I think it would be really cool if we can create multiple designs within the same file and then be able to have multiple prototype links also based on different options, that would organize stuff and make it much easier.
David Sparks commented
What's the hang up here? this is a pretty basic concept and feature. My team is considering switching from Sketch to XD and this has already jumped out as a pretty big limitation. Needs to be prioritized soon.
Michael Connelly commented
Multiple pages is very helpful and much needed. I used extensively in Sketch.
Just started converting designs to XD, so hoping I wont run out of space.
Adobe PLEASE give us more space to design!!!! It's so tight. And give us more possibilities to organize our design. Or just make the workspace infinite (or just double it for the first step!!!!). P L E A S E ! ! !
WHERE is the admin on this one?
This is so needed....
Sean Taylor-Leech commented
Our large charity website has run out of space for artboards inside our XD file. It's fairly optimised but has roughly 50 artboards of all sizes. In Sketch.app you can have multiple 'pages' and more artboards within them. We could separate our big DSM into multiple XD cloud docs and rely on components for a sort of version control but it would be great to have a 'Master' document that could fit everything we have.
Benny Liebold commented
This would be really helpful - especially because XD tends to become very slow when many artboards are created on the same page in one project. Maybe this would help to speed up XD as less items need to be rendered at the same time.
Please could you add pages to XD in design mode so i dont have to have multiple XD files for the same design
Mahtab Ali commented
I would love to see pages in adobe xd, since it will give much more control over organizing artboards for different use cases ... i.e design for ipad and ios on seperate pages ... ! this would be awesome ..
Would be nice to be able to have multiple pages that can hold multiple artboards (similar to Figma).
Totally agree! I think this is a feature that Sketch wins on and it's very useful to have pages with many artboards. Would be an amazing feature for XD!
Hey Shawn, excellent idea. I agree, this would be a game-changing feature.
Really need this!
Stu Nami commented
Website Designers need this. We are expected to design for 3 breakpoints per page. My XD file is so cumbersome that I have to switch to Sketch for large websites and only use XD for 1 breakpoint wireframes. Are there any web designers on the XD team or are they only designing this for mobile app designers?
Pages please. Please!!!
Having the same file structure that Figma currently has could improve overall experience greatly especially when it comes to version control.
• Main source file
- Version 1 project
-- Version 1.1 sub-project
-- Version 1.2 sub project
- Version 2 project
-- Version 2.1 sub-project
We need pages.....Adobe, come on!!!!!!
in sketch you can add a new page per file, when you import from sketch to xd it flattens those pages
Krutika Thakkannavar commented
Would love to have the multiple pages feature within the same file. This is the only feature that makes me switch to Sketch every time I am starting a new project. It'd help in having multiple versions of the same design and hence helping with design iterations.
Nick Richardson commented
Really like using pages in Sketch and Figma. It allows our team to simply our design file to have one page dedicated to iOS, Android, Web, etc. I think this would be a great addition to XD.