Sync plugins across devices for same account
I have All Apps CC Plan. I only get access to my XD plugins from one installation of XD whilst the other is blank. This sucks cause I spend a ton of time prepping XD with alot of plugins that I cherry picked, tried and tested, and it doesn't have any effect on my other XD installment on the SAME CC license. It should be shared installments so we avoid repeating tedious tasks like this.
akash mittal commented
This is annoying that we are not able to sync the plugins across all devices as we do in chrome. I am surprised it is missed by adobe yet.
Alex H commented
Agreed! And it needs to be stored in the cloud for the user and not just synced across devices. If I wipe my machine and re-install XD, or switch to a new computer...I need all my plugins ready to go!
This is necessary like photoshop/illustrator plugins are synced among devices.
Agree. I work on XD at the office and at home, so everytime I install new plugins in one place, I need to do this again in other place. Annoying.
Raphaël Faure commented
it seems so intuitive that it's one of the most anoying thing that this function is missing, you can sync all your fonts and stuff but not your plugin list
Alex C commented
This is definitely a must for anyone that uses XD on more than 1 device (eg. a PC and a laptop on the move).
For now i'll have to keep mirroring my plugin set up from one device to the other any time I make changes..
Also, would be great to be able to reorder the plugins in own order and be able to group them by theme.
Kevin Vavelin commented
As we work across different OS, Adobe XD are available for macOS and Windows. It could be great to have our plugins right inside our Creative Cloud subscription. In this case, no matter if we are on Windows or macOS to work, we have the same features everywhere and can start to work efficiently anywhere.
How does this request only have 1 vote!?
Its crazy that you have so many plugins for XD, but everytime you install 1 you have to install it manually on every single machine you have attached to your account. I refuse to believe that this is the way it was designed.