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    David Anderson commented  · 

    ...but on thinking a bit more, I wonder if, even better than creating "master artboards," we could define a "Block," which could then be instanced on multiple artboards in multiple locations. Any subsequent changes to a block will update all instances of that block in a project. This way it doesn't necessarily need to stay in the same location on every artboard...or you could have multiple instances of the same block on a single artboard, etc.

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    David Anderson commented  · 

    This would be a great feature—for me, it would be ideal if I could define a number of master artboards, which i could then apply to any given artboard, in the same way that InDesign can apply a master to different pages. Of course, this would really reach maximum utility if we could also link to external PSD/AI/etc files, which could be refreshed. Then add layers to manage the organization of all of these elements, and I'll be happy.