Export from XD to Sketch
Using XD currently, were other members in team are using sketch.
Not able to deliver required (sketch) file format to front end developers.
Frond end devs are using only sketch to read, since majority are using it.
Option to "export to sketch" would solve the file deliverable problem.
Seif Kasadi commented
Just used XD2sketch and the results are quite impressive. Almost perfect, only had to re-organize some symbols, thats it. Definitely saved me a few hours of work.
[Deleted User] commented
Guys, please add this feature to XD, I would really appreciate it!
Really need this feature. As a freelancer working in XD, working with companies that use Sketch. Not having this feature is forcing me to use Sketch
Paul Waller commented
This feature would be very handy
Need this feature.
Need this feature
need this feature
Simon Baker commented
SVG wasnt an option for us since a lot of details got lost. We used XD2sketch and it saved us a few hours of work.
Damar Paramartha commented
I think this isn't gonna happen 😂
I did that by saving my art board into SVG and than opening in sketch it worked fine
Adobe XD is so much better than sketch but my team will not entertain it while the official software is sketch.
If we could save as sketch so that the rest of the team can still access all Doc's they would migrate to XD pretty quickly.
It's too much of a gamble without this functionality... You would be able to disable in a few versions down the road as sketch would be dead in the water!
Please offer the option to convert XD to Sketch, this is silly not to.
Jon lim commented
It seems like its only possible to import but not export. THe only option out there is XD2sketch.com, which sadly costs money....
Very nice, cannot wait to see it works!
This feature would be a huge plus for our UX team, as the official tool in our company is Sketch... so we (the XD lovers) are left with two options:
- keep using XD and being able to convert the created artboards, or
- drop XD and start using Sketch
We would love to stay with XD, but we are not allowed to do so if we cannot share our designs with the others in the company T__T This is really frustrating.
It seems that is a commercial decision more than a technical one, make your software able to read sketch but only export in a type that just the same software can properly read, forcing you to continue working with it.
Needed, can't see how this isn't a feature
Rafa Olivarría commented
I can also vouch for XD2sketch.com - I had an issue at first but the support resolved it within a few minutes. Excellent experience.