Zoom in shared prototype
PLEASE add a Zoom capability for "Share for Review" public links. Unbelievable that when sharing a URL with a client of a website that is 1920x5950 that there is no way to zoom the image to fill the full width of the screen so they can actually read the text and see what their web page will look like. Why does the public link only allow the full height of the artboard to be displayed and not allow a zoom-and-scroll functionality? We've had to resort to sharing designs in Dropbox and using that zoom and comment functionality because XD never thought about that feature.
Stu Nami commented
Only 14 votes? Is anyone professional using XD? How can anyone who has ever conducted a client review overlook this critical function? InVIsion, Zeplin, Sketch and every other prototype software have it. Our only workaround is to pay for another 3rd party subscription of a prototype/handoff service like Zeplin.
Adobe Here is an idea. Dump Dreamweaver and buy Zeplin.
You can achieve the full height by moving the fold dotted line guide to the bottom of your artboard.
It indeed is ridiculous that zoom in /out is still not possible.. I am truly questioning if anyone from Adobe works with his/her own software because otherwise you would realize it is not possible to work without a zoom.
Further down the post Arun has given the solution, this worked for me.
There are NO online/web functions to zoom in on a document. That "enlarge" icon, next to the "?" icon doesn't do anything of value (all it does is snap the document to the top of the view-document field). Using the keyboard-shortcuts does not work either (as report in several bug reports here).
It doesn't help much when demo'ing a webpage to a client, and a good part of the screen is taken up by the Adobe XD UI. PLEASE also include a button/icon to remove all that unnecessary UI so we can show the mockup in real FULL-SCREEN.
Please give us proper online/web functions and abilities to zoom in/out of a document.
Scott Sithu commented
Really need it zoon in feature in shared review link as the client is unable to read the text in content.
...such a "professional" partner... and essential functions are not available...? Sorry Adobe - but for things like this I'm not going to pay any more...
Aaron Staker commented
I'm not sure if this helps but if you share the link type "Share for Development" when you are creating the share it has the ability to zoom in the browser just like you want. I typically share both links and provide that instruction as needed. Maybe this helps...
Your love commented
Baby please please.....
Taaniel Malleus commented
The review function is useless for large websites.
Aleksandar Rusev commented
We need this feature, is it really so hard? Why should we ask for obvious things?
Cassi Ferraz commented
I agree. Everything is small on the screen. The fonts are horrible to read.
Toks Anoks commented
Yes please add zoom in so we would be able to view designs at 100% it will be easier to examine designs and add notes to it where necessary.
I'm also sharing a flow chart and no zoom capability is a bit frustrating.. :(
While Zoom control is not currently present in the prototype web, but I feel that you are seeing the design fitting in fully in the browser and not showing up width wise? Is that accurate?
Is it possible for you to share the prototype link with us to take a look and confirm it?
1. To make your artboard that is large in size (such as 1920x5950) span across the width of browser, you should set "Scrolling" property of the artboard to "vertical" in the properties inspector within Adobe XD.
2. After setting it as vertical, set the viewport height accordingly to define a page fold for your design.
3. If you do not want to specify page fold, then set the viewport height value same as your artboard height.
This will fit the entire width of your design to the size of web browser and allow you to scroll vertically like a web page.
Hope this helps?
There used to be a Zoom and "Fit screen" feature on "Share for Review". Where did it go? Definitely need this back for presentations.