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How can I create a hover button mobile?

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Greetings to the entire Adobe XD community,

 

I am new to the topic of Adobe XD and I am trying to learn more about the program. The point is, I'm trying to create a simple prototype for testing purposes. But the following problem has arisen that I cannot solve.

For example, I want to make a simple button that when I click on it, it will hover and automatically redirect to the next screen. I have been able to do this function on the pc but when I open the live prototype from the creative cloud from my mobile it does not do the function correctly. Any ideas or advice on how I can move forward on this issue?

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Correct answer by Chris W. Griffith | Adobe Community Professional

That is a state that doesn't normally exist on mobile devices. Interactive elements on mobile devices usually have pressed states instead. There is no 'cursor' to trigger a hover, but just the press of the element.

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How can I create a hover button mobile?

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Greetings to the entire Adobe XD community,

 

I am new to the topic of Adobe XD and I am trying to learn more about the program. The point is, I'm trying to create a simple prototype for testing purposes. But the following problem has arisen that I cannot solve.

For example, I want to make a simple button that when I click on it, it will hover and automatically redirect to the next screen. I have been able to do this function on the pc but when I open the live prototype from the creative cloud from my mobile it does not do the function correctly. Any ideas or advice on how I can move forward on this issue?

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Correct answer by Chris W. Griffith | Adobe Community Professional

That is a state that doesn't normally exist on mobile devices. Interactive elements on mobile devices usually have pressed states instead. There is no 'cursor' to trigger a hover, but just the press of the element.

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Hi! First of all thank you for your answer.

 

So how could I simulate that effect in mobile. It is a fact that many apps when you press the button change the aspect at the same time that a new screen appears. Thank you in advance. Regards!

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