Jump to artboard by number in shared prototype
after generating a link for the client to see, sometimes there are 100 screens in the link. the client wants to discuss a specific screen which could be no. 56. It takes a lot of time to navigate to that screen. Pressing the right arrow 56 times!!!
I’m keeping this one open, but a quick way for your client to share exactly what screen they want to talk about is to send you the URL they have in their browser when they’re looking at the prototype. Because we have deep linking, the URL will bring you right to that artboard.
brian golub commented
how soon? September 28, 2017
Really this was maded by adobe ?
Have you seen PDF viewer ?
This makes sense if there is one artboard they want to discuss but most of the times, there are multiple screens to be discussed and we find ourselves going back and forward so many times. For examples, the link opens to artboard 56 directly. Then we may want to see artboard 10 and artboard 71 maybe. Imagine the number of times i have to click on the keyboard arrow keys. Please solve this, it would be really helpful.
Upvote. Need this sooner than later. Like yesterday. Surprised it wasn't part of the product from the beginning.
If we could have a grid view of pages like Invision, it's much easier for clients to nagivate. Currently they have to cycle through pages one by one, including ones only meant to be overlays etc. Also, we need to be able to omit certain art-boards from the prototype page view, but still keep them if they are being used as overlays etc.
Joseph Silva commented
Yes, really need this!
Pedro Gonçalves commented
Client says: "Can we make page 53 more like page 140?"
Prepare to click the same arrow 60 times.
Can we have the current page number be a field where a number can be typed and after pressing return, the presentation goes to that page?
Rich Lee commented
Allow visitors to enter the page/artboard # in a shared prototype. For example: Someone shared a prototype with me that had 91 pages, and they asked me to look at page 55. I had to click the forward or back buttons repeatedly to get there.