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.
We’re working on a visual versioning system for XD documents. You could see a preview here: https://youtu.be/pf35qphKOWE?t=1h7m51s
We need file versioning with the ability to see:
- who changed a file and when
- what was changed (i.e., open the file to see the changes)
Youtube video Published on Nov 4, 2016, and it's 2019. The feature is still in process? That's pretty slow
Ya'll need to move fast, my team is forcing me to use Sketch because of this issue. It's a HUGE problem.
Version control is necessary for digital projects, XD is not competitive without
Ben Ho commented
Really can't wait for this!!!
I am trying to pitch to the team to move to XD from Sketch + Abstract but I'm not able to convince them without version control :(
and PLEASE somebody from ADOBE answer questions below ... when it will be versioning and collaboration available!!!
please do this key feature what you promise 3y ago!!!!
How is this going? We’re looking at using Sketch or XD and our team collaborates a lot. Versioning is really crucial.
+1 on version control and Git integration!
Hey Demian, do you have any further update on this?
Casey Lumbra commented
A naming convention on top of the version control would be fantastic. Right now the long string links for review are hard to manage.
Tom Wellings commented
Version control and traceability is absolutely critical when working on automotive projects. Ideally I need to set custom named versions that correspond with our customer's product development milestones. Just having a date timeline would work, but it would not be optimum.
Any updates on this? The video is from 2016?!
Mark Whitley commented
Would LOVE to see this feature in some way shape or form. We currently version on our network using a naming convention and an archive folder. Allowing us to version in one document with the ability to comment on the version before moving to the next would be a dream.
Any updates on this? This feature would have come in handy today. =(
Panu Tunttunen commented
Version control concerning file versions and shared links needs good management atm. The "older shared links" kind of disappear and cannot be edited. Also would be awesome to have a "link to current state" and links to "shared states" that act as frozen history.
It would be nice to have an idea when this feature will be shipped? It was introduced years ago at an adobe conference.
FREDERIC PARENTEAU commented
Do you have the release of this feature planned for 2019?
Currently working for a big company that is wondering what software to choose.
Versioning is pretty much a game changer...
This feature is much needed one. Please consider this and the must-have features like rulers and this version control
Martin Klausen commented
+1 to ScottCs comment. Fell in love with the concept shown at adobe Max a few years ago but realizing now it’s too limiting. Need more documentation to what has been done, when and by whom. A concept for branches is probably needed to in order to be used by a team (unless that’s solved in a smart way with live collaboration).
Tricky one for sure 😊but very excited to see the solution and being able to convert people from the Abstract app.