Ability for web viewers to export page as PNG or JPG
Ideally this feature would allow an "export page as PNG" or "export all pages as PNG" function that is available while viewing on the web.
Once a prototype has been shared online, web viewers often need to export full screenshots of specific pages (or all pages). This process currently works fine if the page does not scroll, but does not work if the page is scrollable because part of the page is not visible on the screen.
Thanks for the feedback, everyone!
Sadeq Shajari commented
For us as a startup for creating apps fast, it's necessary that our developers could be able to get page screenshots from view's link. Ideally with API
A design agency sent me a link to their Adobe XD layout
I can see information like colors, fonts, dimensions, but I cannot export or download any images ...
Matthijs Mali commented
For me this would be a killer feature. It allows me to instantly share a version of our app with all the screenshots to all other stakeholders. People making manuals, giving demo's, working on the helpdesk... etcetera.
A button that allows the download of a single artboard (as png, jpg..) + a button to download all artboards would be ideal.
Antonio Panico Laccetti commented
I'd like to share png, jpg with developers. Sometimes I'm forced to use email to share a layout and jpg are usually smaller than jpg.
Bryan Larson commented
@Elain (Admin) - I'm aware that the designer can export images and distribute as required, but we've had experiences where reference customers, stakeholders, product managers and others would like to export a specific screen (or multiple screens) to include in a presentation, attach to a user story, email to a client etc.
It would be nice if they could get the image asset they require without having to task the designer. Happy to provide more details if required or connect briefly with a PM if this issue is considered for the backlog.
Not sure about the OP but we'd use this so clients could see design ideas without working with an interactive prototype - more for look and feel if that makes sense. I'm sure there would be other uses for when the full prototype would be overkill.