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.
I agree with all of the above. I would really appreciate the ability to group artboards. Thanks
Can we get a option to maake nested artboards on the artboards panel? It will be good to organize, visualise and provide screen hierarchy.
Adam M Babkes commented
I currently have a project with 210 Artboards that could be divided into 7 groups and then 5 groups within that. Instead, I have 210 artboards and no good way to get around them. Even a "Navigator" like photoshop would be great in this case.
I would add to the subject: nice to have a fast way to move to artboard and / or artboard group. Somewhere after 40 artboards (many of them are basically copies to imitate the behavior of the same screen as there are currently no "layer composition" panel functionality) it's becoming a bit tricky to quickly find your way around.
a complex project produces a vast amount of artboards. It would be incredibly helpful, if the artboards could be arranged in groups that can be collapsed and expanded. E.g. define different levels of hierarchy like in a mindmap.
We could group artboards in folders to get a organized project
With the ability to have over 300 Art Boards, we need a way to be able to manage them easily. I would suggest art board clusters or something like that in the layer panel. Something where if you have say 20 screens of the user flow of say a Dashboard, we could cluster them all together and then go back and find them easily when we need to edit something in that user flow.
Justin Wilden commented
I would like to see a Menu Item in the bottom left-hand corner, ie. Layers, Symbols, "Sets".
In addition to Artboard 'Layers' view.
- I would like to see an Artboard 'Set' view; where I can group Artboards in a Set.
- Then use Sets to print, export, share and move all Artboards in Set.
- Hide Sets.
Justin Wilden commented
I would like to:
- Group (and Name)
- 'Box' a set of Artboards
- View and Hide the Set
- See a Menu Item in the bottom left-hand corner, ie. Layers, Symbols, "Sets".
- A keyboard shortcut to jump to Set
- Export Set
- Share a Set; and not every Artboard
Ares Hovhannesyan commented
I mean how Bridge works . In the same manner we can stack artboards in XD
Create a file stack
Select the files you want to include in the stack, and choose Stacks > Group As Stack. The first file you select becomes the stack thumbnail. The number on the stack indicates how many files are in the stack.
I want to group artboards!
Need to group for:
1. Website Landing Pages
2. App Icon Sizes
3. App Store Screen Pages
4. 2 different user flows for the iPhone Application
Below is a screenshot of what my currently workflow looks like without grouping artboards...
I put a title above my artboards to group them. But I believe it'll be better if we can group artboards, so we can be even more organized.
imagine you can categorize certain artboards into "Android", "iOS", "Android v 2.0", "Windows 10 Metro" and have it all shown with one click or hide them just like groups in photoshop.
Adam McDaniel commented
Yes, some way to relate one page to another would be incredibly helpful. Perhaps even a filterable view mode as well. (i.e. "I only want to see this page, and it's siblings." or "only this page and its children." This feature along with symbols would make it much easier to ensure the design is consistent.
Adam Bobay commented
A way to potentially group or label pages (even just with a colored circle) would be incredibly helpful with staying organized and working through different user flows and scenarios.
Dan Reneer commented
Pages are more useful than artboards, at least for what I do. Much easier to browse a series of screens with page-up and page-down keyboard keys than panning and zooming from artboard to artboard.