Version Control - store history/timeline of revisions
It would be nice if there was a way to have multiple versions of a design living in one document. Right now we'll have a v1 wireframe and will be reviewing features for v2. I typically lock that version and then create a new file called v2 and start making changes. Would be nice if they could be linked somehow verses multiple file versions.
In this week’s release, we introduced document history for cloud documents, which enables you to review previous saved versions of your document within a window, and label and preserve these versions in perpetuity. If you have suggestions for improvements on this experience, please do file them as separate tickets!
Airwrecka Wagner commented
FINALLY??!!!! I want it now, where is it? :D
Andrew Clarkin commented
Having a timeline of edits that updates every time it autosaves would be a lifesaver. I think it would be nice if it kept all your changes for a week.
Aaand, it's fall 2019.
Coming back on that... if we combined this with that post https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/34612402-pdf-design-specs and adobe sign (which is FDA 21 CFR part 11 complain, it will be a suitable alternative!!
Agreed with Meejin, it is getting problematic this lack of version control!
MEEJIN KIM commented
It's already the end of the year.
Please tell us the feature release date.
Please stop saying "That feature is coming soon." That's enough.
Rather, You'd better to say it's impossible until this year.
I know from past update that your team is working very hard.
I know well because I'm making products too. :-(
But sadly I think if the version control and real-time collaboration that you promised us at the end of 2018 will not be updated this year, many users will be moving to Figma. They've been waiting for two and a half years.
Including me...It's sad too.
Cause I like XD.
In those 2 years, I cannot be denied the 'Figma' has become a powerful tool, though.
Figma team is working very hard to update the new features like Adobe XD Team.
Figma already has Hover and 'perfect cloud services' such as 'version control', 'real time collaboration' and 'string ID integration', 'shared real-time code to developers without tool download'.
It's like a Google spreadsheet as i know.
You should not be delay a answer, anymore.
My company began to recommend the use of Figma.
But I want to use XD.
Please update as soon as possible Or provide us a clear answer for the feature release date.
Jezper Söderlund commented
This request is over 2 years old, and the Adobe Max video soon celebrates 3 years. I assume this is a tricky feature, but any update on progress? Working in shared documents is becoming very risky when you don't have version control.
Ceci Lia commented
Please, can we have this feature!!
Adnan Hassan commented
I lost my two days work and I couldn't get it back because there is no file history. :( Please Please get it done as soon as possible.
Please, give us an update on this.
Rebecca Jones commented
Any update on this? Been 2+ years since "Feature Started" update... would like to know where it's at/Progress.
Teagan Atwater commented
We were promised this 3 years ago.
Guys just buy Abstract!
Can you provide an update on progress? Any communication would be extremely helpful. In order for my team to adopt XD we will need this in place.
It looks like abstract may have a solution coming, but it’d be nice if it was native.
Now that the only way to share components is through the cloud this is a must have feature. Simplify it if the visual aspect is too hard to deliver. I'd be ok with a simple pull down with previous versions and dates.
Francesca Valentini commented
Honestly it's embarrassing. I just can't propose Adobe XD at work because it comes "vanilla" and can't dialogue with most of the apps/softwares that are used now. It's impossible to collaborate using XD and it's a real pity.
...and we're still waiting 3 years later... might as well buy a mac and use Sketch and be done with it.
it's ridiculous. XD will never be a professional tool until it has the opportunity to cooperate in the team. Please do at least a beta version or anything remotely reminiscent of a single file. For God's sake, it is 2019
Christopher Rider commented