41 votes13 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 03 : Sharing on the web · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I need to organize the published links in folder, if you have multiple project it's impossible to find the right one quickly.
213 votes65 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 03 : Sharing on the web · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Sorry for the confusion. This behavior in XD is intentional. Only the user who created a prototype link is able to update that link. The thinking is that the owner for the link may not want others making changes.
At the moment, the only way for multiple people to update a prototype at the same URL is to be logged in with the same Creative Cloud account. We are however discussing adding the ability to specify more than one owner for a prototype – and we could then allow all owners to update the prototype link. It sounds like this is what you were expecting and the behavior you would like to see, is that correct?
Thanks for the extra information. This is a known bug that we are working to fix.
As a workaround, you can select the icon in the canvas, then go to Responsive Resize in the PI and click the switch to the left (Off). Then you should be able to resize it without breaking it apart.
If you wish to keep the icon responsive (i.e., fix a direction), then after turning off Responsive Resize for the icon, group it, and then the group can have directions fixed while resizing.
You can get a video at this link:
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Ok, you've clarified what's the xd criterial for order in the contents.
I expected to have the artboards ordered like in the artboards list in the left panel.
In this way I could organize contents in the way I like that's not necessarily the same as the visual one.
For instance I've sorted artboatds in chapters with an introduction on top of every block of artboards. I'd lIke the devs could go through these chapters also when they move in the single view mode.
I could share you an example (privatly) if you need.
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I'd like to save as a single image all the artboards and the connection in order to show to the Customer the whole workflow (in addition at the live mockup).
It should be nice to have a new tab in which we can have the design flow (imported from the prototype tab).
We should change the interactions between artboards and set a color for each line in order to better explain the flow.
Extra bonus could be the ability to show or hide the device picture as background.
Take a look at the picture ;)
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As a workaround for this featire you can make your home artboard an “index” page which links to the different views/subsets of your design. When you share your design and visit the URL you can click through to the real home artboards and copy the URL (each artboard has it’s own URL on the shared link). You can then share these URLs to link people to a subset of your design.
We hope to be able to formalize this feature in the future.
That's a cool idea, thanks for sharing it!
What about working on the same project with different Adobe ID? I'm woking with external designer that have their own Adobe licence and we need to update the same project.
It's really useful the functionality that let us publish different prototype changing the starting point.
But it should be more useful if, in a project, we can view all the links published and, selecting one of them, view which is the starting point in the prototype tab.
My problem is that I don't remember the exact name of each prototype and I've to check it online.
I've created two different background images then I've applied it to the first and second row in the repeated grid as described in this link: https://theblog.adobe.com/exploring-repeat-grid-in-adobe-xd/ (Step 2: Create An Image Fill Pattern)
It works fine for me.
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We’ve been sharing our progress on social media, but I’m pleased to announce that we’re knee-deep in development of this feature! Due to the complex nature of this feature, this is going to take a while, but we’ve demo’d a VERY early build of it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJcUF-5DeNI (around minute 51:30).
In the company where I work there are few cooperators with an Adobe Licence that is different from ours.
We need to publish and upgrade the shared project with the same path (the company's one), how could we do that?
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