Please... hierarchy view of components in Assets/Components left panel

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Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021

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After years struggling with XD bad usability, today just realized one of my first bottlenecks managing assets/components in large scale projects: the lack of a hierarchized views of the components (as Sketch already have)

Simply, after create a very complex Component, full of other components inside, I end seeing all these components rendered in a messing list of hundreds of small thumbnails. Absolutely impossible to find anything... except for waste hours reading their cryptic names automatically generated after a stressed working day.

Simply… why not render the embedded components inside the container in the Assets panel? Please, don’t tell me to use the Layer Panel… there are thousands of items, and we still have to jump back and forth between panels, as there isn’t any way to make panels undockable and have it all visible side by side (another of those absurd timewasters)

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021
According to this post on the Adobe XD Uservoice site (this is where the product team looks for feature requests and bugs), that feature is in the backlog. You can upvote it there and add any comments that might help shape the feature.

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Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021

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According to this post on the Adobe XD Uservoice site (this is where the product team looks for feature requests and bugs), that feature is in the backlog. You can upvote it there and add any comments that might help shape the feature.

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