Choose which artboards to share (share link to prototype/design spec subset / exclude some artboards when sharing)
Because we are often working with multiple dev teams on a single project it would be great to be able to select a specific path of actions and share them as a link. Example: share just the contact flow or the shopping cart flow.
The benefit of being able to see all screens and link to them is great. Being able to see and share a subset as well would be awesome. We could focus on just sharing that specific interaction and the team it is being sent to wouldn't have to go through everything just to see the UX of a single section.
We are currently evaluating ways of enabling you to define multiple flows and then publish those links individually from a given document. Thanks!
Matt Brogan commented
Currently using a mix of Zeplin and Xd for handovers.
Would be great if we could select the artboards we want to share for development.
I would like to be able to select which artboards I want to upload when I share for review. Since I use my files as working documents, they often have pages that I don't want a client to see. But when I upload for review, they are able to tab through all the pages, even if they are not linked. By doing so, some of my clients have stumbled upon unfinished pages or symbol pages. This is really not a professional experience for them, so as it is, I have to save a new file and delete all pages that I don't want to be seen.
This! We're still using Zeplin as a communication platform to the dev teams, being able to make separate flows from a single document would be an awesome way to only use XD!
Also being able to group certain art boards in the development handoff overview would be great
Also for Share for Review, as I have many artboards as templates, or scrapped ideas that I don't want to delete.
Right now 2 files, one with content for Review and one with working templates and going back and forth.
Need to share with developers selected artboard(s)
Simon Petrus commented
Please make this feature available. This is very important if we have to share only the finished page to a client.
I understand that many people have been asking for the option to publish all artboards regardless of whether or not they are linked. Unfortunately this has been implemented quietly at the expense of being able to publish only selected/linked artboards. I would love to have this option back – I like to keep inspiration and sketches close to my mockup and obviously don't want the client to be able to click through them.
Tara Price commented
I need to be able to share a single page for review, without having to be linked to another document. Occasionally I need to send the design systems or single page without wanting to send just a PNG.
@Adobe: Please just add a checkbox "Share selected artboards" in the share-dialogue.
Sharing in Design-Mode" means sharing all (if no artboard is selected) or just selected artboards.
Sharing in "Prototype-Mode" means sharing all (if no artboard is linked to another) or just linked artboards.
Great! And more intuitive, because the share button is visible in the design mode but just works properly with the linking in the prototype-mode!
Please do this
This is essential. If you have Artboards for animation purposes or old versions of a screen you want to keep in your file and don't want clients to see them when clicking through the prototype, you basically have to create a new file. I want to de-select specific artboards (like Mark for Export) that won't show up in Review-Mode.
ADRIAN DAY commented
can we separate out protyping and design so that when you are protyping and creating extra screens that these only appear in the proto window and that the design doesn't change at all. Or a t the very least when we share with dev that they only see the screens in the design window
Surprised this doesn't already exist.
I would like to be able to share a single art board with developers without having to link it to another art board to unlock this feature. Often times I am having to duplicate an art board with exactly the same content and link it together in prototype mode simply to be able to publish design specs. It would be great if I could just share this single art board without requiring an "interaction".
Just add a WIP or Ready for Export to each Artboard and that's it!
Syed Farhan commented
Hello And Greetings,
I want a feature in Adobe XD where I can share Prototype of Selected Artboards from the file for example if i have 7 Artboards in the file but I want to create and share prototype for only 3 of them, so that user can only see 3 image of them in prototype view mode and the rest of images/artboards should not show up there. Something like I can disable artboards in Prototype Mode so it will not show up in Prototype vie Mode because I have disabled them for Users. Otherwise I will have to create a new file and keep the artboards only that I want to share but In future I might need those artboards which I am not sharing Now. It will be a greate feature If I can disable the Artboards in prototype/Sharing for Development Mode
I think for Adobe sharing means just sharing finished layout with prototype functions (clickable). But there's a workflow before the prototype. It's the layout-mode. To agree the design with the stakeholders. And for that I don't want to laborious wire Home-Artboard with others and revise this a lot of times. I just want to easily select few artboards out of dozens variants. After a feedback I have to rearrange my artboards to do a new designlind, but I'd like (and I have to) keep my variants for my further design-work. SO sometimes I have 50 Artboards and like to share just 5–10
This should work like the Craft-Plugin (upload to Invision) for Sketch.
Is there a way to publish only selected arboards without linking the in prototype mode? This would be a very helpful feature.
David Orridge commented
At the moment all the art boards in the prototype are in the developer preview. I would like to customise what is shown in each.
For example, I have many artboards with micro interactions in my prototype that I don't want in the developer preview.