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    What is also infuriating is when I have a large locked background image being selected over an item that is unlocked and above the locked image in the artboard.

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    2 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Would it be possible to add a board similar to the pasteboard that essentially is used for planning the app space to get a better understanding of flow so you can map out the app before starting the design and prototyping.
    Just something to save you reorganising artboards later on.

    You could draw boxes on the canvas that artboards go inside, with a naming structure to identify different parts of your app. Have lines drawn between so you are ready to start linking in the prototyping phase later once you've worked it all out.

    Maybe you can define colours in the boxes, so any artboards that are inside those groups will be highlighted in different colours on the layers/artboard panel. Similar to the highlighting you have on Illustrator.

    You could get move all of those artboards within the group just by dragging the group box.

    These drawn elements would never be visible on artboards, and could perhaps be collapsable in order to improve focus when you are designing.

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