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  3. 37 votes

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    Richard-Alan Hollien III commented  · 

    Fair, much like comments, and you're able to thumb though the shared prototype web view and the viewer automatically jumps to a specific Pin.

    For now I will have to inform my designers to publish their libraries, and pin a comment on the amended areas / additional component areas to then raise a flag of their edits/contributions.

    Would be nice adobe xd if you automatically alerted, (or had the ability to alert) fellow contributors that an owner had made updates and to in turn point collaborators to those changes.

    EG - Subscribe to updates for this Prototype:
    Comments
    -New Comments
    -Completed / Resolved Comments
    Changes
    - Deletions
    -Additions

    I have to track 6-9 products, and their own UI/UX pattern libraries, so this author / designer log of changes, within a shared prototype would be huge for precise artboard navigation and tracking a designer's efficacy of work.

    In the future I'm rolling the cherry picked components back to a universal library. It's much like Microsoft Note, or Word, Or PowerPoint. I can go back in time amongst the document revisions, but I can see annotations of what each contributor / author has worked on. HUGELY VALUABLE.

    This would circumvent my need, and BS workaround of using Abstract.

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    Richard-Alan Hollien III commented  · 

    I literally need this right now. 😭

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