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    Hi,

    The feature that allows you to control the position of stroke: inside/center/outside was started and it will be available in the future versions of Adobe XD. Will let you know once the feature becomes available.

    Cheers,
    M.

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    Christopher commented  · 

    This feature is well over due.
    The ability to organize cloud files into folders is fine, but why shared files only show up in a flat list is odd. True team collaboration is the goal, but I would be happy just to be able to organize stuff in the 'shared with you' section of cc so that I can find things.

    Inviting to folders = YES, Shared ownership of folders by a team would be even better.

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    Christopher commented  · 

    Allow CC for team users to select the cloud storage solution of their choice (Dropbox, Onedrive, Box, etc) to store work with CC files.

    Instead of Adobe trying to reinvent the wheel with cloud storage and file management (and not doing a particularly great job) focus on integration with existing and mature cloud storage providers enabling the hooks needed to published prototypes.

    I would love for CC (XD specifically) to have better tools to manage files at a TEAM level with easy access to multiple files across multiple location and people but CC file management is so far behind (and low priority) It seems silly not to just integrate existing mature solutions.
    Stop trying to reinvent the wheel and just embrace the companies that already have the solutions sorted out. Close the gaps in file and asset management features - so that CC and XD has basic team asset management functionality.
    Rudimentary features are missing like sharing a folder with multiple designers working on the same project. Integration provides a faster path to a workable solution and isn't a real bear to use.

    All CC to Integrate with existing cloud file management providers so that CC/XD has a more robust enterprise and team story and feature set.

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    Christopher commented  · 

    +1,000,000
    For the love of all the rainbows and sunshine in the world - make CC for teams work for teams of people.
    Adobe tools are for more than marketing websites and consumer mobile apps right? Let's prove it!

    Enterprise application designs are often large complicated and elaborately detailed designs. In order to keep things organized, for the plethora of stakeholders, designs are often broken down into components to be tested and validates with stakeholders, often with different designers taking on responsibilities of different pieces. This results in multiple files that need to be accessible to multiple designers, often across multiple timezones and countries...

    Needing to manage each file separately by each user is a nightmare today. Each cloud-based collaborative file should have a shared view (way to add/remove collaborators, way to publish and manage links that is shared by multiple "owners") this includes being able to share and provide access and collaborate on a collection of files in a folder without needing to add multiple people to each file individually.

    Basically make cloud files work just like synced files without the need to download the file locally to each person's machine including the ability to manage view/modify permissions on file and folder level, manage shared links and managed shared published prototypes. Do all of this from a shared team view rather than from each user individual POV.

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    We have the collaborate on a single file feature added - now we need some tools to manage large groups of prototypes across a team. One simple way to do this is the allow inviting others to collaborate on all prototypes in a folder rather than needing to invite a group of people to each individual file.

    I would expect this to be recursive down into each subfolder, if any are present.

    Even more ideal might be to allow inviting people at the cloud documents level (ideally for teams who cross collaborate on multiple prototypes)

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    Christopher commented  · 

    I think the idea to integrate the libraries to clean up the UI was good - but broke the way that many folks use libraries - especially the ability to move assets and styles between a working XD file and one of many various libraries. The right click move to / copy to option that is available in libraries should also be made available in the document assets so that we can easily move something from a working file into a library. The document assets panel should operate just like any other library and maybe include the option to convert the document's assets into a library with 1-click.
    The new workflow is a little painful to move colors from the document into a library without first moving them into an art board. Image shows half dozen items I want to append to a library but the only option is to delete them from the document assets...

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    Christopher commented  · 

    I have been thinking about this feature a lot lately as my team and I come up with a way to collectively manage our designs/prototypes for multiple very large and complicated enterprise systems. Some of the challenges we are having could be due to our global team presence, but I'm inclined to believe this is more common and not a unique problem:

    As I see it we need:
    1. a way to share multiple XD files across multiple designers who all have first-class permissions to the file - eg. it's not shared by one designer with others - but collectively owned by the team. We currently have around 27 different initiatives with between 1 and 10 XD designs each representing a different feature, application and/or versions which vary in size but average appears to be around 12MB - needly to say there is a lot of content (almost 4GB of XD files alone) and it's growing every day.

    As part of this the open dialog in XD isn't very robust when working with cloud documents. specifically in that users first have to know if they were the original creator of the file or it was shared with them (so they can look for the file in the right place). second, cloud folders are not shown in the open dialog being there isn't really any organization and open simply presents a giant list of prototypes

    2. We need a way for any designer on the team to publish to the same prototype URL - we publish primarily to collaborate with the business and technology stakeholders and since any designer could make a change to the file, any designer should be able to update the prototype without needing to re-share with all of the different stakeholders (e.g. use the same URL) typically our stakeholder group on any given release is around 10-15 people but as our system continues to evolve more and more people get involved and we'd like everyone to be on the same page.

    3. Versioning - There are some interesting new features for versioning - but it seems this is versioning of the file not versioning of the prototypes *admittedly I need to play with this and test more. - the approach seems so far - but the ability to remove (unmark) a version seems too easy and could be accidentally done We will need and want to keep a version history for minimum 3 years (minimum 6 versions and likely more) without risk.

    It might be useful to publish the marked version name with the prototype - today it seems the only way Identify which version of a prototype is being viewed is to change the title at the time of publishing the link.

    It also seems that the version dialog and the published links have no bearing on each other.

    Published prototype link management should be organizable ... what would really be nice it to be able to share a catalog of all published prototypes (and versions) and invited folks could browse the catalog of prototypes. - effectively the manage links page made available to anyone ** with some organization ability (folders)

    4. At first I though the ability to select the type of view setting was kind of neat - but now I'm feeling it's more of a nuance... custom seems to be the solution but custom view setting doesn't allow showing dev spec. instead of the view setting templates I'm now of the opinion that the older approach made more sense - just allow the publisher to select all of the features that want to allow, on/off, with 1 publish (including dev spec)

    We have mostly been using CC files to sync our collection of file across the team (a la dropbox style) - this is not the most efficient approach. Effectively each designer has a complete copy of a the entire body of work and eventually the team's body of work will out grow the physical storage on their machine. Additionally the whole process is manual and ripe of human introduced error.

    Just adding some thoughts while they are fresh in my head.

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    Adobe has done some good updates for multi-user collaboration - but it's still based on the concept that it's an individual sharing with others - it's supposed to be creative cloud for TEAMS and we need capabilities for all assets and libraries to be available from a group without the need to invite each member. perhaps a group capability? Though right now I would almost prefer this be more automatic for groups.

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    Christopher commented  · 

    I use comp with XD now though it requires some hoop jumping - the biggest short coming is the ability to add free form (non-gesture) elements to the project. Adobe Draw works okay for this but now were talking 4 apps and with no integrated workflow to speak of.

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    I'd suggest looking at this as a larger gesture support feature.. There are a number of common interaction patterns that would be useful demonstrate in a prototype , eg. long press, pinch/spread some that are touch others are both touch and mouse all useful

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