I would like to share my full document to my team in order to communicate all specifications I added. This would help them giving a bit more context to the prototype and also be able to see all the different states of a pattern to build.
Maybe save as a PDF file or also online?788 votes
We’ve released the Design Specs feature in our November release as a Beta. You can now publish a Design Spec, which will show your developer an overview of the flow and allow them to introspect measurements and styles. We’re working on additional functionality based on this foundation, so I’m closing this feature as completed in order to get new suggestions as to what specific additions you’d like to see to the Design Specs feature.
Please also note that we now have a new feature area called “Design Specs” in UserVoice, so please file new feature requests there! As a reminder, please file one suggestion per UserVoice submission so that we can better aggregate!
Allow the user to add a password to shared prototypes.773 votes
You can now enable password protection for prototypes before sharing the links with the reviewers. Ensure that you share the associated password along with the prototype links to the reviewers.
For more information, see https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/help/share-embed-designs-prototypes.html#password-protection
Currently your sharing prototypes via the internet. What happens to people that work in a location without access to the internet but have an internal network (example: Military personnel). Is there a way or a possibility to share the prototype with all the interaction as a pdf or other type of file extension?480 votes
This functionality is now available for a limited set of customers using Creative Cloud for Enterprise. While offline publication is available, current and future sharing and collaboration features will be restricted. The full product functionality and experience in XD is available only when XD uses Creative Cloud services. If you have additional questions, please reach out to your Adobe account team for more information!
it's pretty self-explanatory.. you can give feedback by commenting and making annotations on the prototype, if someone posts something you get an email with a summarium of all the feedback or you get notified via creative cloud.. there could be settings where you want to be notified and if instantly or like 1 hour later!
this is valuable to me because it makes the communication easier, which otherwise would lead to tons of emails going back and forth.339 votes
With our November release, you can now add comments to shared prototypes! Comments are contextual to the artboard. Please check it out and let us know what you think. Feature improvements should be suggested as new ideas in UserVoice.
I would like for there to be a way to display all available screens in the prototype. Currently the web view is good for presenting but not good for users who are not clear on what the flow is. Providing a way to jump around these screens would be incredibly helpful.217 votes
Updating this thread as we have delivered thumbnail view of all artboards in Grid View.
For more details, check this blog https://theblog.adobe.com/xd-july-2019-update-unified-links-grid-view-mobile-commenting/
People should be able to leave comments on a shared web prototype online without having to make an Adobe account.
The stakeholders we want feedback from (clients, management, etc.) do not all use Adobe CC, so requiring even a free account adds an extra barrier before people can comment.142 votes
With this month’s release of XD, your stakeholders can now sign in as a guest without a CC account and comment on your prototypes. Any prototype that already has commenting enabled should now see a “sign in as guest” option at the bottom of the comments panel if you’re not already signed in.
Ability to view full screen (within your browser) desktop sized prototypes.
Gives you the ability to experience the prototype as if it were a live website.100 votes
This feature is now available for shared prototypes. On the web, click the full screen icon at the top right of the page to see your shared prototype in a full screen mode.
As you share your prototype it would be great if I could leave a comment anywhere in the prototype, say on a specific button or image, etc.92 votes
With today’s update of XD, you can now pin comments to an artboard. From a shared prototype:
1) Click on the comment icon (top right) to open the comments pane.
2) Sign in with and Adobe ID, or as a guest.
3) Type in your comment.
4) Click on the “Pin to Artboard” link.
5) Move your pin to the correct location on the artboard.
6) Drop the pin.
I would like to have an inbox with all the new comments listed and each one linking to the appropriate page/screen.
Right now you have to go through each page to see if there is a comment or not. This is tedious if you're using XD as a client review tool.74 votes
Updating this thread as we have delivered the capability to view all comments added across screens in your published link in one single view – “All Screen Comments”.
I'd like to be able to update my shared prototype from the Windows version of Adobe XD.68 votes
You can now update protototypes using the May version of Adobe XD! To check out the latest version, go to the Creative Cloud desktop app! If you don’t see the update, you can select the gear and click on “Check for App Updates.”
It would be nice to have an option to have a check box to resolve comments & feedback. I think dropbox has this feature now.
This would be helpful so that as I'm designing I can every easily see the issues that still need address & those that might need some more attention.60 votes
You can now resolve comments in the March release of Adobe XD. You can also mark a resolved comment as unresolved in the panel to bring it back into the comments panel. Check it out and let us know what you think!
I'd like to be able to share my prototype to the web so that my stakeholders can view them.55 votes
You can now share your prototype in the February release of Adobe XD! Download from the Creative Cloud today – go to the gear, select Check for App Updates, and download today. :)
Hi! I just accidentially created a new link for a project when I intended to update the link. I can not find a way to revert to the old link. This is important in this scenario because we had notes to/from the client in the old link that we now are copy/pasting into the new link, but it would be ideal to simply revert and delete the accidental new link. Thanks for considering this!51 votes
With a recent version of XD, you can now have multiple share links and toggle between them, which means that this scenario should no longer happen. Hope that helps!
after i've shared a prototype URL then i view it on my phone, is there a way to disable browser UI when viewing the prototype on mobile device? can you tuck away the browser chrome? it is a bit fussy and annoying trying to tap through a native app experience when i keep having to scroll around to get rid of the browser chrome. it feels clunky.
thanks so much! apologies if this is a duplicate, but i can't find similar request anywhere.
If the browser chromes are appearing over your artboard in the mobile browsers, then you can scroll up to dismiss the browser chromes.
Please try it and let us know your feedback.
I'm loving the pin feature that y'all rolled out yesterday in the shared prototypes. My suggestion would be to allow users to edit the pin once they have dropped it. Currently, you can go back and edit the text, but you can't move the pin around once you've submitted your comment.
Another cool feature would be to show a pop-up of the comment attached to the pin on click.32 votes
You can now move the pin around on the prototype canvas once you have dropped it. Please do try it out and let us know your feedback. Thanks!
When sharing with a less tech-savvy client, they see the arrows and automatically go to click through like a PDF reader. It would be good to have a way to either change the order of the pages for that view (you can't always guarantee that the order the artboards are built in will be the order they appear in the user journey) or the ability to hide them in the share settings.
hide/turn off "slide" feature on prototype25 votes
You can now control whether or not the arrows show up on the prototypes by deselecting “Show Navigation Controls” in Share for Review.
First of all, thank you for a great product (even for a beta)!
I am currently working on a larger website mocku project for a client, I used the SHARE ONLINE feature that you provide. For small projects this works great as it is now, but for projects with many artboards it get's hard to keep track of when or where or by whom a new comment has been made - hence as the title says, it would be great with some kind of notification system, maybe some kind of simple color indication that a new comment was made in a thread?
Another (smaller) issue, was the fact that I had to ask my client to create an Adobe account to use the commenting functionality. Maybe some sort of Oauth solution could be provided here? Only very few of my clients are in possession of Adobe products (I guess that's why they are hiring me after all ;))
Hope you will take this into consideration, keep up the good work!
First of all, thank you for a great product (even for a beta)!
I am currently working on a larger website mocku project for a client, I used the SHARE ONLINE feature that you provide. For small projects this works great as it is now, but for projects with many artboards it get's hard to keep track of when or where or by whom a new comment has been made - hence as the title says, it would be great with some kind of notification system, maybe some kind of simple color indication that a new comment was made in…22 votes
As of this last week, the owner and any reviewer who comments (while logged in with an Adobe ID) will begin getting email notifications. Email can be turned off or changed to a daily digest using email preferences on https://accounts.adobe.com.
I have a lot of stakeholders that need access to any given prototype. I'd like to be able to invite a user group to a private prototype so I don't have to manage individual users on a single link.20 votes
With the most recent version of XD, you can now use enterprise-defined groups for private links and document sharing.
When creating a shareable link you're given the ability to create multiples which are great for iterations. However, the update link function is more confusing. Is it updating the first link I created? The most recently created? Is there a way to update certain links and not others for different department reviews?
I suggest making link management part of the dialogue to allow the user to select which link they're updating.20 votes
In recent months, we’ve made some significant changes in this area. First off, we’ve introduced the ability to publish and manage multiple links. Secondly, when you Save As to a new document, you can no longer update links that were applicable in the previous file.
Would be nice to have the option to see where interactive hotspots are when viewing a prototype on the web.
I do think the option to have them hidden is still important for user testing, but client demos would be aided by a hint as to what can be clicked on.20 votes
This is now available. When you click on a portion of a shared protototype that is not clickable, you will get hotspot hints. In the future, we will offer the ability to turn off the hotspot hints. For now, they are on all the time.
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