Artboard page numbers
It would be great to include page numbers on the actual artboards similar to indesign for presentation purposes.
Clients often get lost due to screen share lag, so having the page number available would greatly help.
Please check "Sequelize Artboards" Plugin in XD
Check the Screenshot
I would like to be able to add pagination as per InDesign's page number function.
I use XD for client's style guides and presentation documents and have to add page numbers manually all the time - this increases human error and is very annoying when I need to insert an additional page in the middle and then manually change all the page numbers as a result.
It would be helpful to have an. index on the artboard that is relatable to the pages in the link.
This way i will only need to refer to my working file on which artboard number is updated, and the dev can know exactly which page it is on the link (without having me to update the link and manually find the page number to inform the dev)
If somebody is still looking for this functionality: I've written a simple plugin that automatically inserts page numbers on your artboards. You can find it in the plugin browser by the name "Page No".
Danny Somoza commented
Is there any solution for this yet?
I'd like to have the option to add it or not when exporting different artboards to a PDF and also in the prototype link (add page number checkbox)
The online protype page numbers makes the dialog with people easy.
But when I´m in XD to edit artboards, there´s no way of identifying the online numbers to artboards?
This makes the job go sssssssssllllllllloooooooowwww.
Please fix this.
in the shared web prototype.
to have pagination in preview mode would be nice too.
This is absolutely essential. I feel like I have created an identical request for this somewhere. Have this problem over and over. My main request would be that the art board numbers in the shared prototype correspond with a coupled identifying number when working with art boards within the actual program ('on the desktop').
Joseph Grgic commented
The original need is to have page numbers when exporting as a PDF or shared web prototype for clients/stakeholders. Then when walking through remote presentation within preview mode, having the page numbers as reference to ensure everybody is looking at the same content.
Let me know if you need anything else.