Include the file name in the shared link to make it easier to keep track of multiple XD prototypes.32 votes
Would adding the name of the prototype after the random characters work? For example, if your prototype was called “You win the prize! v1”, the url would be https://xd.adobe.com/view/d5c7a289-6dd0-460d-8b3b-fcba8d2f8317/You-win-the-prize-v1/
We wouldn’t be able to allow people to replace the random characters, as people could name their prototypes the same.
When I export assets from xd, it generally takes more space. And I can't directly import files from xd to photoshop, so first I have to import into illustrator and then to photoshop and then I can use save for web to optimize my assets.
So please incorporate a feature so that I can directly export assets from xd with compression.3 votes
Can you let us know about what settings you’re looking to access? We do already support quality settings for JPG.
A comment history would be very helpful for the designer. A client might accidentally delete feedback and for the designer to have the capability to view any and all feedback (resolved/ deleted) would be helpful. That way it can be easily retrieved and the client will not have to worry about having to make those comments all over again. It would be a good safety, "backup" feature.1 vote
Thanks for your feedback. You can already view all of the comments that have been resolved and not on the prototype, but not the deleted. Just to be clear – are you looking at a timeline for comment activity? Or is it just to be able to see deleted comments?
When shared on the web, links do not support browser features like:
- Open in new tab
- Mousewheel click to open in new tab
- Copy link address
Links in general should support browser features you would expect to work on links.1 vote
Thanks for your feedback! I’m unclear about what you’re trying to accomplish. Can you please clarify?
Currently, if you have an animation happening across two artboards that just cycling between each other, it makes it difficult for a reviewer to leave comments. The only way to pause an animation is to click into the area where you can leave a comment. If there are already comments on that slide it can be a carnival game trying to click into that area. See attached gif. It would be nice to have a way for them to pause during review stages.1 vote
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