Collaborate and coedit designs
Adobe XD powers end-to-end collaboration at every step of the design process — from editing in real time with other designers to working with developers and designers to gather feedback.
Combined with the power of document history, you can coedit your designs with your fellow designers and eliminate duplicative work and avoid conflicting versions, all with the safety of document history. If you’re on the go, you can continue your work offline and bring the changes back into your document when you’ve reconnected to Creative Cloud.
Collaborating with fellow designers has never been easier. You can enable Coediting and invite your fellow designers to simultaneously access and edit your XD document.
Go ahead and save your design as a cloud document, click the Invite to Document icon () and select Enable coediting. Enter Adobe IDs (email addresses associated with Adobe account) of your fellow designers and click Invite.
You can also invite others to edit your document without coediting. Simply skip enabling the coediting option, and click Invite.
You can collaboratively edit a design document and view real-time changes that are saved as you work. When you coedit a document with your fellow designers, you can view these visual indicators.
Access your design revisions — Click on the XD command bar.
Naming convention — By default, versions are named based on time and date stamps, and are autosaved at regular intervals. Since auto-saved versions expire after 30 days, use to name versions and permanently save them.
Benefits — View iterations of your collaborative designs and maintain a single source of truth.
"Coediting lets you work right along side with your team and empowers you to work better. Together" — Dani Beaumont, Principal Product Manager, XD.
To learn more about coediting and document history, watch this video.
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We've got you started with coediting and managing your design revisions. Take a step forward and learn how to share your designs and prototypes with stakeholders such as users, developers, and fellow designers.