Vector assets for iOS are PDFs. Not being able to import existing assets directly sucks.
I would like to understand more about your workflow. What are you trying to achieve and what prevents you doing with the latest XD version?
Gaurang Shah commented
Similar implementation that occurs via mac os's finder/preview would be great! If you have the apple notes app available for testing, try dragging a pdf in the and see the magic... same goes for a native mac os sticky note!!! This would be the best implementation to start with in my opinion -- although I use xd for many things outside of design and mockup so I would greatly benefit from any kind of pdf support. But if you're gonna do it, do it right!
Drag and drop, and scroll down into page of the PDF if they are several page.
What feedback do you guys need? We just want simple PDF support. Nothing special, just basics. Cheers
I would like to be able to use vector assets instead of png pre-made assets. Especially since our company has pre-made brand assets for use in our apps (icons, logos, app icons, etc). These live in our shared adobe library but yet I cannot use them inside XD. Having support for importing PDFs would be nice especially from my creative cloud library.
I'd love to use XD for everything but please just try and open a pdf in Affinity and see how well it opens a fully editable document with the option to open a single page or create dartboards of the whole document.. This is what we need in XD. The workflow of opening files in Illustrator and having to copy and paste into XD is over complicated and time consuming.
Jacob Scarani commented
Just drag and drop PDF documents into your design.
Can be used for resumes, flyers, etc.