Full canvas preview with 'Tab' like in Photoshop or Illustrator.
While stupid for others... this is something that I personally use a lot. Especially when working on the go. Hitting a tab and previewing the whole design for a quick check.
I am using photoshop, illustrator and AE a lot and now using XD for UI UX and web app designing the most important feature I use to enjoy is using these app without Application frame or switch on/off when required, Please provide same application frame on/off in Adobe XD too, it's really handy feature specially if dragging images/svgs files from desktop or folders to XD. Also great for tutorials and teaching to use this mode. Thank you for listening and considering.
Description of the feature
The ability to minimize the UI (all panels, probably even tools to simply see the canvas. I use that a lot in Figma or Photoshop to quickly present stuff.
Why this is valuable to you
This would make me help present items or give me real estate when replacing text in a lot of fields where I don't switch tools but need to have an overview over a lot of elements.
If possible, an image or video that helps us understand your feature request
I think it would be very valuable to add in a mode in the design tab where it only shows the art board. it would look just like the desktop preview, but you can edit the content, instead of just view it; similar to Microsoft word's focus mode. I think it would be valuable because I have trouble gauging what is the appropriate size to use for all the content, and I find myself continuously checking desktop preview to see how it looks.
David Schulz commented
In some tools like Sublime Text, PS, or Illustrator you can activate a full-screen/distraction-free experience where the UI goes away (you can still work via keyboard shortcuts).
This function is also handy if you want to present something remotely. :)
I would like to be able to hide panels and tools quickly (like the tab key on illustrator) to see only the design space.
Sometimes I'm doing something simple and I'm able to navigate only with shortcuts, and in my small monitor would really appreciate the extra screen space
Salvatore Fancello commented
also useful for me, thank you