Stacking or grouping artboards into collections
Stacking artboards can help to clear space for working and rearranging artboards.
Also we can stack artboards by size or type.
Currently working on quite a big project with numerous artboards. This feature would be so useful. Another useful feature related to this would be the ability to search for a particular artboard when hotspotting/linking artboards.
Dhaval Rathod commented
Artboard list wraps into parent group with show hide option.
So we can make rough work in some different groups and keep our design area clean. And show/hide respective artboard.
Maybe you guys set a radio button so at a time we can only access a single artboard.
Eva Lynch commented
Would love to see something similar to other node-based software, such as the backdrop node in Nuke, groups in Unreal Engine, only for artboards :D
Ability to group art boards together for a better user experience, especially for those who use detailed prototyping which requires a large number of art boards.
When the project has too many artboards it's hard to find a specific flow group of artboards
Some Guy Online commented
Going through hell right now because:
1. Can't group artboards.
2. Can't select and artboard and a header from the pasteboard at the same time to clone.
Grouping artboards is really needed!
Voting to request adding grouping artboards into collections. Implementing this would be more useful and satisfying.
Organize the screens into different folders / sections in a prototype. Currently all the artboards are shown in one single view. It becomes very hard to find the required screen immediately. If there is an option to organize the arboards into different folders (onboarding, admin, etc) it will be easier to find an individual screen.
Something like Frontify folders, Invision sections or Marvel sections.
Yeah Pages or Stacks, some way of organizing multiple iterations or different flows or related parts of an app would be super helpful.
That’s a great idea to collect specific artboards into groups. But the canvas has to be taller, infinite or flexible then to manage this ...!!!!
I like the Sketch organization with the possibility to organized your artboards in different pages to reduce the tons of artboard in one page.
Josué Sotelo commented
We need tools for Artboards. Currently I'm designing a big platform and I got more than 130 Artboards, there is like 80 that I am actually working on, but I don't want to delete the Artboards that I'm not using, It would be awesome either:
1. The ability to have an Archive folder and put all artboards there
or 2. The ability to create folders and hide the folder in the artboards area.
It would be very helpful if we could group artobards into squares, assing background color, and a BIG title - helpful to get a macro vision of the project! Take a look at the attached image - I did the squares with Artboard tool and made them colorful.
Tommy Owen commented
Yes!! VERY needed... I work on projects that can sometimes consist of 100+ artboards.. it becomes a job in itself to keep track of where everything is when zooming out. Good recommendation!
Please consider this. Organizing features all into one limited workspace is difficult! would love something more like Sketch offers. Different workspaces within the same document
Yes, please! It's going to make my projects so clean and organized!! All designers are slightly OCD (or a lot OCD) and we need everything to be super organized and clean in order to get motivated to work on a project. Grouping artboards would be an absolute dream for my OCD tendencies!
Jens Klang commented
Please fix artboard groups or pages. Right now i have to use separate artboards just to keep track of the artboard groups. Best would be pages, that you could link too. And deep link to a specifik artboard on another page.
Stefanie Satake commented
My design team is moving from Sketch to XD, and the only thing that is making us suffer is that isn't possible group artboards to make the project more organized. Thats the only thing missing. We pray for it every night!