See all connection in prototype mode
Currently in prototype mode, connections disappear unless you click on a board or do cmd-a.
We need the ability to see all connections or hide them. Not by "selecting boards" using cmd-a. Just show all connections.
People use XD not just to prototype but to pass a desired flow from designers/product to developers. Don't restrict the use case for XD
Agreed. Showing all the connections graphically is essential. Without this feature, Xd is severely lacking as a serious design tool.
Please add functionality to allow exporting prototype as a flowchart, showing all connections.
Raman Pfaff commented
Yes, the control-A is a workaround, but having the option to keep them visible at all times would really help.
R Taber commented
Agreed that a smoother way to do this would be a nice enhancement. Cmd+A is a --decent-- workaround, but it selects every object, even those without interactions, so it creates a lot of unnecessary visual noise and makes things harder to see.
What would be even better is if it can display the architecture of the flow(s)
exporting the document as a flow chart showing all the link would be great
If you highlight every artboard in prototype mode, you can see them all.
Simon Knipper commented
We are looking to use XD as our primary design tool in a team of six. Creating flows is part of our daily work. It would save us a lot of time to be able to create a flowchart and prototype in one step. Right now we have to repeat a lot of steps.
When/If you create this feature it would be great to as well have flow-lines that attach to single elements and that you don't have to draw by hand. (hint: look at lucidchart or similar tools)