Hi. Is there an option to publish the preview in subpages or folders for a better overview, as it comes in figma?
Now you have all pages in ONE dashboard. It causes long loading times and bad overview for developers.
Thank you for your response.
Thank you for reaching out and using Adobe XD. If I understand you correctly, I would suggest you check this article on creating multiple flows in XD which might serve your purpose: https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/user-guide.html/xd/help/create-prototypes.ug.html
Multiple Flows lets you create and share multiple versions of a design from the same document, or in the same file and leverage the same set of artboards across many prototypes or design specs. Each flow retains its own set of wires and shares details so you can make changes and re-publish without having to undo and redo all of your settings each time.
Let me know if I misunderstood your question.
Thanks for your response.
So is it right I can just public one flow per one link?
I couldn't find yet the possibility to publish several flows at the same time, to have one preview link at the end.
I'm always creating an artboard for "table of contents" where I just make a list of buttons which transition to desired part of my design. Something like this:
Couldn't find a better way to do this, but it helps developers to see different parts of a design with only one link.
Thank you so much for your feedback. It helps a lot.
Yes, I was thinking of a solution with artboards too. So now I have several artboards of the individual design with different page types or vizualisation (especially for the customer) and then I have large artboards with 1 - Basic elements / 2 - Atoms / 3 - components... So the developers know the single pieces and don't have to search in the page types. They like to have an overview like this.