Create and organize symbols/components into folders
Would love to organize symbols into folder for easy accessibility. I spend too much time looking through symbols into one library.
I agree - Also trying to migrate from Sketchapp - But for now it is simply not possible for me. I have a huge library, and it is impossible to navigate in it right now.
Need a folder structure - with folder-names I can define myself. - The same for test-styles plz!!!
Richard Partridge commented
100% - Once you start getting a serious number of assets it becomes a nightmare trying to organise them. Having folders would make this a doddle ...
Jyoti Bock commented
Agree with everyone. Our component library is too big for just the search feature. I would love to have this done sooner than later because we are currently working on migrating to the new system.
German Rivas commented
This would be GREAT! Please add this feature.
Vova Kowalski (ndeerz) commented
This is necessary to keep in order growing components library in large project.
It is an absolute must for every medium size project and up, specially if you work in a team. It's hard to argue against other software that can handle that more efficiently. Please update it!
Adding custom groups just like the CC Libraries allows you to do would alleviate in-document findability issues. I find myself prepending component file names with a type ie; button, icon, card, input, etc.
Donn Vey commented
PLEASE put this in! This makes XD's library system simply not viable to use with larger libraries
Edu Couchez commented
Absolutely needed. Started a new project from zero with "atomic" components in mind. Only five pages, with logos and icons, now my Assets list has grown beyond hundred... "cognitive friction" at its highest
Mason Moriarty commented
I can't believe this isn't a feature yet. Our design team is split between XD and Sketch. There's a huge push to XD since we use CC for everything else, but I took one look at the assets tab after importing our GUI and closed right out. We have tons of icons and to have them flooded there along side website modules just doesn't work.
I can't see many users leaving sketch for XD until this is added - myself included. The prototype and animate features XD has are awesome, but not awesome enough to spend 10 minutes searching for the right asset.
ABSOLUTE MUST!!!! When your Design System is so comprehensive it is difficult to find components
Piotr Monsiorski commented
That would diffinitelly improve workflow, as looking throught a sometimes humongous list is just a waste of time...
Hugo Frossard commented
I illustrate this great idea as I don't think this is so difficult to implement.
Basic behavior :
- from assets pannel, you move a component inside another component > xd ask you to define a group name > these two component are inside this new group
- you can remove the group(s) by clicking the settings icon (next to the + icon)
This is a MUST!!! Can't believe this feature is not even considered yet... It would save so much time.
It would be great if I could group components together which would then be exported into separate folders.
I am shocked that how Adobe can miss this feature... this is must feature and essential .. adobe should work on it asap and make it happen in next update..
and I should be able to create new groups like icons, buttons, forms and so on. Instead of everything in three buckets.
Just like in sketch.
Paul Popa commented
As we are currently trying to switch to Adobe XD for building our design system, transitioning thousands of elements/components — considering each element states, colors, fonts, shadows and such — can become a huge impediment.
Being able to group all these elements and components in a more structured way, would be a really great advantage.
It will help
Jonathan Magoga commented
I second the manually created folders (and sub-folders).
That is especially useful for linked assets, where one can have a master file for all assets, well organized into a neat structure, making the lives of all involved much, much easier.
Oh, and toggles for each main asset type (colors, character styles, and components), so we can focus on one particular type, if needed.