Scrollable action to another artboard anchor
I'm hoping this idea is just an add on from the current Scroll action.
At the moment you can create a button etc and link it to a certain area on your artboard. It then automatically scrolls to that area once clicked.
My idea is to have this same feature, but with an option to jump and scroll to a specific area on another artboard.
It will make the user journey so much better when using things like quick links etc
Mich Michels commented
This is a main fonctionnal for all of us .... don't be surprised "Adobe company" if professionnals like us go to another application like Figma or other ... waitaing for .... during 2 years !
Users make softs, listen to them !
Jack Coleman commented
Please Adobe whats going on? An important feature!!
JESUS GONZALEZ GONZALEZ commented
This feature is a must!!
Alberto Sancho commented
Basic feature for nearby future... i hope.
Ted Thompson commented
I see this feature (which should be an essential part of the application) has been requested for well over 2 years but is still not available!! What's going on?
Daniel Mendoza González commented
We need this @Adobe, thank you in advance
Jamie Wooster commented
2 years later....come on XD, everything we NEED is already available in Figma - has Adobe given up on XD? it used to have regular updates, now photoshop and illustrator are updated more frequently - if Adobe has given up on XD, please let us know and put us out of our misery so we can finally all bite the bullet and move on to Figma
Spent the last hour looking for a viable solution to this thinking I was just looking in the wrong place.
Scroll to is great on the same page why on earth can't it be implemented to scroll to another page while prototyping?
I want to show a drag transition which inherently cannot exist on the same page because its multiple phases, I can set up the drag on smaller artboards but then while templating a page I can't have it auto-scroll to its location meaning each drag takes me to the top of the next page? how utterly short-sighted
Alejandro Veliz commented
The most important thing, is that we, the users, leave these comments, which would help us and Adobe too, and I don't see an Adobe Response to these needs, They must have Someone from Adobe reading these comments and suggestions.
Another proof of Adobe's short sighted, single purpose, casual app design mantra. We need control and flexibility!
It would be very much appreciated if they would just test their own software in multiple professional environments and not just follow some trend that could change in two years time.
Julian Knott commented
Yea really useful this.
Jim Herrmann commented
Just adding my vote for this much needed feature in XD. It's such a seemingly basic function that it's hard to believe that it isn't already part of XD. Very frustrating to not be able to do this.
Anyone using a hack method to create a similar effect?
Delphine Presles commented
But yes, it would be so good, I often needed this function. But I am hopeful, over time, it will happen. Thank you to the Developers for finding an idea for that.
René SWS commented
V V commented
This is must have function for ANY PROTOTYPING software! See Axure RP for inspiration!
5000+ votes for f*****g dark mode and only 200 for this basic and must have funcionality for prototyping?
You want me to tell the client: "If you click this button, it will move you to this anchor on this page, please imagine that, the software i am paying is not capable of this 'advanced' funcionality..."
J Fox commented
Yes - please add this. One major feature in the product I work on is expandable sections to condense information on content pages. I want to show the stakeholder how easy it is for users to click on a section heading and expand the section to see the contents, but to do that I need to be able to add a link from that section heading in one artboard to that same heading within the expanded view artboard. I sucks that I can't show this functionality to stakeholders.
Richard-Alan Hollien III commented
I literally need this right now. 😭
Edu Couchez commented
Ok... some months later, I see XD is giving up slowly... suppose they are no more interested in XD development. Only see updates to keep people thinking the app is improving their utilities, but nah! no dark mode, no floating tabs and palletes, no better user interface experience... bugs, etc, etc...
Even a simple think as scrolling to another page anchor is not an important thing for Adobe.
The worst, is that all links out there in google, even in Youtube, are bloated with basic repetitive tips and tutorials about how useful are the basic tools in XD. Nothing about serious and daily tasks that it can't accomplish.
As Aldous Huxley feared in A Brave New World, the thruth is being drowned in a sea of irrelevance: 189 votes for something that's capital for seriois UX designer.
Katie Mikelsons commented
This would be incredibly useful! I'm actually surprised it's not a feature already. Hope that happens soon! :)
Thomas Neilson commented
I can't believe this still hasn't been added. It's basic html.