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Community Beginner ,
Aug 07, 2019

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Hi guys! I am migrating from Sketch to XD. Alright, no problem. But I really like organizing artboards into pages. Especially when the project is very complex and each phase contains several screens. In Sketch, you can organize artboard into pages. Is there any similar tool in XD?

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I don't believe it's possible at the moment, but there has been a feature request for it a few years ago.
You can add to that here.

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Organizing artboards

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Hi guys! I am migrating from Sketch to XD. Alright, no problem. But I really like organizing artboards into pages. Especially when the project is very complex and each phase contains several screens. In Sketch, you can organize artboard into pages. Is there any similar tool in XD?

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Correct answer by Sjaani | Adobe Community Professional

I don't believe it's possible at the moment, but there has been a feature request for it a few years ago.
You can add to that here.

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Hi there,

Thank you for using Adobe XD. If I heard you right, are you trying to include page numbers on the actual artboard?

If yes, please use a simple plugin that automatically inserts page numbers on your artboard. You can find it in the plugin browser by the name "Page No".

Let me know if that helps.

Thanks,

Harshika

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Community Beginner ,
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Hi Harshika!

Thanks for your attention!

I wasn't clear, sorry

Check the figure below, please: left side is Sketch's interface, we can "group" artboards in "pages". Right side is XD's interface, where all artboards are in the same level.

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So I'd like do know if there is a command I don't know that can "group artboards" like Sketch.

Thanks again!

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I don't believe it's possible at the moment, but there has been a feature request for it a few years ago.
You can add to that here.

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Thanks, Sjaani!

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Thank you for explaining and sharing the detail description with the screenshot, Stefani. We really appreciate it. Thank you for your contribution Sjaani on this post.

Please feel free to reach out to us in the future for any query related to Adobe XD. We'd be happy to help.

Thanks,

Harshika

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