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.
We’re planning to support pages in XD. Stay tuned!
Derek Steinke commented
I know this is old, but I'm also going to throw my comment in here. This should really, really, really be at the top of your priority list, Adobe! It's pretty much the sole reason I'm not using XD more regularly. This and the inability to use images as fills. PLEASE make this update!!!
Austin Condiff commented
This request is 4 years old. Is there any hope for this feature being build into XD at this point? The lack of organization within files kills productivity.
Agreed, I'm literally running out of space on my canvas and using poor organization practices due to the lack of this feature. At the very least, you should have a components page where you can edit the master version of each component instead of taking up valuable space on your canvas.
agreed. It's ridiculous that this isn't available in XD!
I agree, it would be amazing to have different version of the same layout on separate sections. I miss this so much since I've left Sketch for XD.
Tomas K. commented
1 canvas is just not enough. EVERY other competitor understands it. This is one of the biggest drawbacks XD currently has. It makes designer's life really difficult.
Hugo Duarte commented
Unbelievable, this is a team breaker, how is this possible? no multiple pages, im going for Figma or sketch soon.
Bruce Ashtiani commented
We're contemplating switching our organization from Sketch to XD but it's nearly impossible to make the transition without a proper artboard organization in XD. I'm shocked a simple concept like pages in Sketch is not yet implemented in XD...multiple files are needed for larger enterprise applications?....you must be joking....How many files am I supposed to create if I'm targetting Desktop/Tablet large / Tablet Small/ Phone and have nearly 100 distinct application views for each of these (not even counting any special task flows or anything, just purely static views).
In my opinion this is an absolute must within professional use of the tool.
Renzo Suniaga commented
this is super necessary to work on big projects. It is a big differential, please add it as soon as possible
Arthur Shen commented
Please. We need this!
This would make life so much easier. I design web and squeezing Desktop, Tablet and Mobile design in one single view is crazy. And it would be so, so good to keep all designs in one file.
Also infinite artboards !!!!! Go vote on that one!!
This is an absolute must 🙏🏼
Missing the pages feature summed up my decision on XD in our Org. This is crucial for big projects, especially design systems. Please bring it.
Mukul Ishwar commented
Need it urgently
I have to use XD because our agency has a mix of PCs and Macs. I'm already frustrated with this switch because I prefer Sketch, and pages are a major part of how a project should be organized and has been industry-wide for 10+ years. If this isn't fixed, I may just buy my team Macs and then they can deal with converting their XD files to Sketch.
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 C 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 ! ! !