Export interactive PDF with clickable "PageTo" links
Please add the option to export all artboards of the prototype as a PDF document of many pages, preserving prototype interactivity saving links as PDF internal "pageTo" links (or invisible linkTo rectangles).
So that in this way the prototype can be navigated in the PDF file like on a web page (transitions excluded of course).
This would allow a very efficient "deliverable" design document for the client.
This feature is a priority!
I work with several clients who require internal dissemination and presentation of our wireframe deliverables, therefore the lack of an export to interactive PDF is a major disappointment and nonstarter. Please please add this feature, as the tool itself is super powerful and a productivity boost.
This was my first experience using Adobe Xd, and given I thought I was going to be able to export as an interactive PDF (the client ask) and I can't, it will also be my last until it is added. This is a huge miss.
Would be great.
Rocky Balboa commented
Adobe XD is really useless without export function. I will go back to Microsoft Power Point. You can do very nice prototypes with Power Point.
This was a feature found in XD's predecessor, Fireworks, many years ago. To not have it now it a joke, you are literally moving backwards with your own technology. If Adobe can't use Acrobat PDFs fully across it's own tools, who else will want to use PDF features?
Marjan Tosic commented
Make this bloody request happen please!
Can we create an interactive PDF by using Adobe XD?
is it available yet?
This would be a very useful output for clients who are unfamiliar with Adobe (and do not have an account or cannot establish a new account for professional reasons) but that wish to easily view and comment on xd artboards. Please add this feature!!!
Thanks, J x
If this also includes external links, that would be perfect. A lot of big clients have internal systems for approval, and need PDF files with links for approval.
Yes i am waiting for this since 2018!!!
All the extrawork to redo everything in an other program sucks
Hi! It's making me do a double design work! since the already finished interaction design in XD can't be exported to PDF. Have to do all the work once more in Indesign just for the sake of PDF, bummer indeed!
Please add it soon!!
This feature was requested over 4 years ago and still under review? When is it going to be developed?
Dolly Lakkad Tekade commented
So this interactive pdf exported from XD should ideally behave like a micro website where all clicks and scrolls are restored as they would be on a interactive mock up link i believe. This would be really really great and valuable asset!!
Same issue! As a program, I love working with the simple user flow that Adobe XD provides. But for the easy updates of the customer, is easier to send an interactive PDF form. Please do it!
At our organization we create a lot of interactive PDFs and interactive CRM projects. At the moment we are still using InDesign for such projects because we cannot add hyperlinks and export interactive features as a PDF from XD.
I hope this will become a reality soon!
Please do iT!!!
this needs to be a thing! I'm working on a project right now and the first thought that comes to mind is "wait, can I just do this adobe XD and save as an interactive PDF" but no interactive PDF option exists! BUMMER! would make workflow so efficient and be so much more convenient. Would also give me alot more reason to play around with Adobe XD
Love this feature to be added! I do a lot of work with Slides (deck / keynote / powerpoint) just to make interactive pdfs, I really need the link to slides feature (as in page to links) working and easy to use. Some of my Decks are 300+ pages, with link to slides multiple per page. Example Lookbooks catalogue, Brand Manual.
Doing this in XD would be awesome & why I'd like it:
A, It keeps me using XD and not having to keep switching between many apps Keynote / Powerpoint or Designing within Figma / Sketch.
B, Convenience for handoff clients, ease of use and internal communication.