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    joshue ott supported this idea  · 
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    joshue ott commented  · 

    This feature can be easily accomplished if we were able to nest prototypes within each other:

    1. Create my master prototype (including the main NAV menu).
    2. create smaller (inner) prototype for content that is controlled by the nav menu.
    3. Import the "inner" prototype into the master prototype,
    4. on the nav buttons of the master prototype, NEXT sends commands to the inner prototype to change its content.

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    joshue ott supported this idea  · 
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    joshue ott commented  · 

    I also agree that microinteractions are a critical feature to this tool!

    I have a REALLY great functional way that this can be accomplished: ***allow users to nest prototypes***. This keeps the animation/prototyping simple, and I now have the ability to do a huge amount more than I could before, but now I can define what is essentially a complete prototype within the area of a larger prototype.

    I'd be happy to explain this concept further: it is a very simple/elegant way to make this feature happen!