Enterprise wide sharing (entire org)
A way to set a link (prototype and/or design specs) as "share within my organization", so anyone with the link and with an email within my enterprise domain can access the link.
Amanda Gulley commented
We may be moving to Figma because of this issue and we are a very large university using Adobe XD broadly. We need this or we have to move. We need the ability to share links within our team without needing to send someone the link, and we need the ability to transfer ownership so if we pass designs to another designer they don't have to create a new doc with new links.
Ericbeatric Mark commented
Information on the shared site is incredibly useful and vital for everyone. I generally view them for more education, then play https://stumble-guys.com for fun
1) Public link is not an option.
2) Sharing with multiple developers is a long list of emails.
3) The team plan for XD is overkill, because there is no need for editing / use XD.
The solution is a free team sharing or Sharing for the domain. So everyone with company email can access via the link.
How to share a prototype link without an access request to people in a single domain in XD?
AdminKate Eom (Product Manager, Adobe) commented
Hi Rob, thank you very much for sharing your use case. Quick question - when you share XD links with stakeholders, do you use 'anyone with the link can view' or 'only invited people can view'? How are your stakeholders using 'Shared with you' section right now?
Rob Lee commented
This is one of the top requests from my extended team. I've added all the developers, product managers, and other stakeholders as users in our CC team. When we share a prototype for review, we need the option to make it available to all users in the team. It could just show up in the shared with you section on their files view.
This way we can stop having to re-send out the links constantly to people or fail to maintain a spreadsheet of shared links. We can just tell them to log in and it would be there.
Please consider this. We've been trying to solve this exact problem for years without any real luck. We don't use slack or ms teams; if we did that could help, but we don't.