Share your prototype, design specs, and cloud documents with stakeholders by providing a public or private web link.

XD allows you to share your prototypes and design specs in the following ways:

  • Share prototypes for review: Provide a public or a private web link for stakeholders to view or comment on your prototype. You can also embed the prototype in any website that supports iFrames. For more information, see Share prototypes.
  • Share design specs with developers: Developers can inspect the designs for measurements, colors, and character styles, and copy them. You can provide a public, or a private web link for stakeholders to view, and comment on your design specs. For more information, see Work with design specs. 
  • Share cloud documents: Share your cloud documents and invite designers to collaborate. You can also remove, or restore the invited stakeholders from accessing the shared cloud documents. For more information, see Cloud documents in XD and Working with cloud documents.

Nota:

From Adobe XD 9.0 release onwards, Adobe has removed the BETA label from design specs. 

Prerequisites to share prototypes in XD

To share prototypes using the Adobe XD Share Online feature, you must be logged in with an Adobe account through the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application, or any other Adobe application.

Nota:

If you are on the free XD starter plan, you can only share one prototype and one design specs at a time. If you want to stay on the free XD starter plan, delete the existing links before sharing a new one.

For information on deleting prototypes and design specs, see Delete shared prototypes and design specs

To upgrade your plan from within XD, click Help > Upgrade. You can also click Upgrade Now from the pop-up screen that opens when you try to share more than one prototype or design specs.

Share cloud documents

  1. Open the XD document that you want to share.

  2. Click Share button and select Invite to Edit.

    Share options
    Share options
  3. Set a title for your project, and click Save. The destination of the document is set to cloud documents by default.

    Share document options
    Share document options
  4. In the Invite tab, add the email address of the invitees, add optional message if any, and click Invite. To remove yourself as an invited collaborator, use the Remove option in the Share Document window or use the Undo option to undo the previous action.

    To display the shared document on the web, click the received email notification.

    Invite option
    Invite option
  5. You can view the saved cloud documents from:

    • Your Work section of Creative Cloud in assets.adobe.com:
      • View the prototypes or design specs shared with the stakeholders.
      • View the received artifacts in the Shared with You section. 
      • View the saved cloud documents within File Cloud Documents. You can also view their metadata, delete, and search for the documents you own.
      • View the prototypes, design specs, and XD cloud documents received for review in the Shared with You section. You can filter by cloud documents, leave a shared cloud document, view their metadata and report abuse. For more information on the various options in Your Work, see Browse, sync, and manage assets.
    • XD application:
      • The Home screen and from the Cloud Documents Organizer. To open a local document from the Cloud Document Organizer, use Cmd+Shift+O on MAC and Ctrl + Shift + O on Windows.
    Cloud documents in assets.adobe.com
    Cloud documents in assets.adobe.com

    For more information, see Sharing Cloud Documents in XD.

You can share the entire project (or a subset of artboards in a single flow) with reviewers by providing them a web link to view your prototype on a web browser.

For example, if you only want to share artboards created for mobile devices, select the Home artboard for the mobile devices and generate a new link. All artboards connected with the Home artboard are included in the prototype.

Nota:

Artboards should be aligned vertically to maintain sequential order. If the shared prototype does not maintain the order of artboards, adjust the position in the original file, and reshare the prototype.

  1. Open the Adobe XD file that you want to share.

  2. Click Share button and select Share for Review.

    Share options
    Share options
  3. To create a public link, click the small drop-down button, and select Anyone with the link can view option. Select Only invited people can view option to create a private link. Specify a title for your prototype. Then set the following prototype options:

    • Allow Comments: This option is selected by default. This option enables you to provide  feedback on the prototype. For information on how reviews work in XD, see working with comments in the review workflow
    • Show Hotspot Hints: This option is selected by default. This option allows you to see hotspot hints in the prototype. If a user clicks in an area that is not interactive, the areas that are interactive are outlined thus indicating clickable areas.
    • Show Navigation Controls: Select this option if you want to create a more controlled environment for user testing by displaying the left and right navigation controls. When this option is unchecked, the navigation controls are hidden.
    Navigation controls disable
    Navigation controls disable
    Navigation controls enabled
    Navigation controls enabled

    A. Home B. Previous artboard C. Next artboard 

    • Open in Full Screen: Select this option if you want the prototype to open in full screen when a user clicks the link. The prototypes open in full screen at 100% of the actual size, allowing viewers to get a realistic view of the design experience. If the design does not fit on the screen at 100%, the user has to scroll to view the complete screen.  
    • Require Password: This option enables you to add a security layer to the shared public prototype. When you select this option and set a password, reviewers are required to type in the password to view the prototype. For more information, see Password protect a shared prototype.
    Share for Review options
    Share for Review options
  4. After setting the various options, select Create link.

    Nota:

    If you have set up password protection, you can set a password and create a link.

  5. Click the link to open the shared prototype in a web browser. Click Copy Link to copy and paste the generated URL into your email client or other communication channels to share with the others.

    To copy the embed code, click Copy Embed Code. You can then paste this code into any website that supports inline frames.

    Nota:

    You can also deep-link to specific artboards in your design. Click the link to your shared prototype, navigate to a specific artboard, and then copy the URL for that artboard. You can then share that URL with reviewers.

Nota:

  • If you share your design without interactions, all your artboards are uploaded and you can navigate using the keyboard arrow keys. The order of your artboards is left to right, top to bottom.
  • If your design includes interactions, only those artboards connected to the Home artboard are uploaded and shared.

Share design specs for developers

The design specs feature empowers you to share design properties of your files automatically. By sharing the design specs, you provide developers key information like element height, width, size, alignment, relative spacing between two icons/elements, colors, and typography.

Developers can view the sequence and flow of artboards in addition to detailed specs for each artboard, complete with measurements, colors, and character styles, and also use the commenting option to share feedback.

For information on how designers can share design specs, see Share Design Specs in XD.

  1. Open the Adobe XD file that you want to hand off to developers.

  2. Click the Share button and select Share For Development.

    Share options
    Share options
  3. To create a public link, click the small drop-down button, and select Anyone with the link can view option. Select Only invited people can view option to create a private link. Edit the title if needed. From the Export for drop-down button, select whether you want to export your prototype for Web, iOS, or Android.

    Then, click Create link.

    Nota:

    XD sets the default units of measurement based on the option set for the Home screen. 

    • iOS: Default unit is pt
    • Web: Default unit is px
    • Android: Default unit is dp
    • Custom: Default unit is px

    These default units are not editable.

    Initiating the upload of images
    Initiating the upload of images
    Progress bar showing the upload of images
    Progress bar showing the upload of images

  4. Click the link to open the shared design specs in the default browser. If you have created a public link, click Copy Link to copy the public link and send it to a developer for inspection.

    If you have created a private link, enter the email addresses of the reviewers, add an optional message, and click Invite.

  5. After sharing the design specs, you can continue changing your design. When you are ready to reshare it, specify New Link if you want to create a link to the design specs.

    Click Update if you want to update the existing link with the changes you have made. The developer viewing the design specs can see your changes on refreshing the link.

If you have any issues sharing or viewing shared design specs, see Workarounds for common design spec errors for tips on resolving the issue.

Nota:

  • Unlinked artboards are not shared in the design specs. The position of the artboards in the UX flow view is identical to the position of the artboards in the design file.
  • If you share your design without interactions, all your artboards are uploaded and you can navigate using the keyboard arrow keys. The order of your artboards is left to right, top to bottom.
  • If your design includes interactions, only those artboards connected to the Home artboard are uploaded and shared.

Share prototypes and design specs using private invites (Preview)

Nota:

Private invite is now a Preview feature. The label Preview represents a feature made available for free to users on a “preview” basis to collect feedback.

  1. Open the Adobe XD file that you want to share.
  2. Click the Share button and select either Share For Review or Share For Development.

  3. Click the small drop-down button, and select Only invited people can view option. Edit the title if needed.

  4. In the Invite tab, add the email address of the invitees, add optional message if any, and click Invite. The stakeholder receives comments and invitations through email notifications.

    The commenting notification email provides a direct link to a specific comment on the artboard, not just the home artboard. You can click the comments displayed in the email notifications, as clickable direct links to the corresponding artboard.

    Nota:

    The preview icon represents a feature made available for free to users on a “preview” basis to collect feedback.

    Share invites
    Share invites
  5. To display the shared prototype on the web, click the received email notification.

    Nota:

    Ensure that you are signed in using your Adobe ID and the email address mapped to your account.

  6. You can log in to the Your Work section of Creative Cloud of assets.adobe.com and do the following:

    • Designers: 
      • View the prototypes or design specs shared with the stakeholders.
      • View the received artifacts in the Shared with You section. 
      • View the saved cloud documents within File > Cloud Documents.
    • Reviewers:  
      • View the prototypes and design specs received for review within the Shared with You section.

    For more information on the various options in Your Work, see Browse, sync, and manage assets.

    Share with you section
    Share with you section

Using private invites on web

Some organizations prohibit sharing the Adobe XD designs artifacts through public links without a secure invite workflow, which prevents enterprise users from sharing XD prototypes and designs specs with the stakeholders.

Using this feature, you can share a secure invite from the web. You can invite users from within your organization with their names, and other users with their emails.

Nota:

The workflow to add/modify users is the same as from within the XD desktop app.

  1. Click the Share button and select either Share For Review or Share For Development.

    Share options
    Share options
  2. Click the small drop-down button, and select Only invited people can view option. Add the email addresses of the reviewers, and click Invite.

  3. In the Invite dialog, you can view the name of the Owner, and the users who have accepted the invite. To remove a user, click Remove and select Save option. After removing a user, you can click Undo to add them back before saving it.

    Remove a user
    Remove a user

Password protect prototypes and design specs

You can restrict access to your prototypes and design specs by adding password protection. You can password-protect new prototypes or design specs only.

To password protect already shared prototypes and design specs (created using XD versions 6 or earlier), see Password protect existing prototype links

To password protect a new prototype or design spec:

  1. Click the Share button and select Share for Development or Share for Review.

  2. After setting the various options, click Require Password. In the password field that appears, type in a password that satisfies the password rules. The password must have at least eight characters, and include one of each of these characters: A-Z, a-z, and 0-9.

    Adobe XD cloaks the password characters when you create a shared link for prototypes and design specs. To reveal the password as you type, click the visibility icon. Click Create link to create a new link. When you share a prototype or design spec, the password is not saved to improve security.

    Password protect your design specs
    Password protect your design specs

    After you set a password, only the reviewers in possession of that password can access the prototype or design spec. 

    XD does not store your password or send it to reviewers. Share the password along with the shared prototype or design spec link to reviewers.

  3. Change password: To change the password of an already shared prototype or design spec, click inside the password field and type a new password. You can then update the existing link, or create a link.

    Remove password: To remove password protection of a shared prototype or design spec, deselect the Require Password check box. You can then update the existing link or create a link.

    Forgot password: Because XD does not store your password, if you forget it, you can set a new password for your prototype or design spec and update the link.

A reviewer can click the prototype link you share via email, Slack, or other messaging channels, and is then prompted to enter the password.

The reviewer can also access the prototype from the Your Work section of Creative Cloud (assets.adobe.com) to view and comment on the artifacts in a unified browser interface.

For more information, see The review workflow.

If you have created public prototype URLs using XD version 6 or earlier, you cannot update those existing links directly by adding password protection. You are required to create a new link.

However, after you create a link using XD version 7, you can update the link with passwords any time you want.

Delete shared prototypes and design specs

You can delete shared links to your prototype using the Manage Links option in XD.

  1. Click the Share button. Then click Manage Links.

    Nota:

    If you are on a Starter plan, and try to share more than one prototype or design specs, you are prompted to either upgrade your plan or manage links. Click Manage Links to delete the existing prototype or design specs link.

    Manage links option
    Manage links option

    The Your Work section of Creative Cloud opens in your browser.

  2. In the Published section in Your Work, click the Permanently Delete icon corresponding to the prototype or specs, and confirm that you want to delete it. You can also select multiple links and delete it at once.

    Deleting links from assets.adobe.com
    Deleting links from assets.adobe.com

The review workflow

Adobe XD facilitates easy collaboration between designers and stakeholders on shared prototypes and design specs. 

After an author is done with the design process, they can create a private or a public web link to the prototype or design specs and send it to the reviewer. The reviewer annotates the prototype or design specs with their feedback. 

An author can also control which assets are visible for a stakeholder when sharing the assets for review from a single portal.

The author can view the feedback, make changes, and if necessary send the prototype or design specs web link to the reviewer for a second look. 

For more information on the workflow, see:

Review workflow
Review workflow

The author workflow

When prototypes or design specs are ready for review, authors can share them with reviewers and enable commenting. Authors receive a notification when comments are added to the prototype or design specs. They can then update the prototype or design specs, and share it again with reviewers.

  1. When you are ready to share your prototype or design specs for review, click the Share button in the upper-right corner of the XD screen. For prototypes, select Share for Review; for design specs, select Share for Development.

  2. If you select Share for Review, in the pop-up window that appears, make sure that Allow Comments is checked. You can create a public link, or a private link.

    Note: If you have already shared the prototype or design specs, you can choose to update the old link.

  3. Click Copy Link and paste the link in your communication channels, such as an instant messaging or email application, to share with your stakeholders.

  4. You receive notifications when reviewers add comments in the shared prototype or design specs links.

    In the notification mail:

    • Click the artboard name to open the prototype or design specs link to navigate to the corresponding artboard.
    • You can scroll down to the first comment or reply that is mapped to the artboard.

    In the link, you see a View Comments icon in the upper right corner. Expand the View Comments icon to open the comments panel and view the stakeholder comments for that artboard.

  5. The View Comments icon is appended with a marker and a number to indicate the number of unresolved comments present in that artboard.

    The marker and the number are visible in the View Comments icon:

    • For shared prototype links: When the comments panel is either in collapsed or open view.
    • For shared design specs links: When the focus is either on the comments panel or on the properties panel.

    If there are no unresolved comments in the artboard, the View comments icon shows up without the marker or number, for both collapsed and open views of the comments panel.

    Numbered comments
    Numbered comments
  6. Go back to Adobe XD and update your prototype or design specs as necessary. 

    You can then resolve the comments from the Comments panel of the prototype or design specs. To resolve a comment, click Resolve. Resolved comments disappear from your comments list, but you can view them by clicking the Filter icon, and selecting Resolved. You can also move a resolved comment back into the Unresolved section in the Comments panel.

  7. When you are ready to share the updated prototype or design specs, click the Share button, and select one of the following options:

    • Update: To make the updated prototype available at the same link that you created earlier and shared with your reviewers. 
    • New Link: To create a link and share it with reviewers.

    If the reviewers are viewing the prototype or design specs link in a browser, they can simply refresh it to view the changes instantly (if you updated the earlier link).

  8. To complete the prototype review (Share for Review), click the Share button, deselect Allow Comments, and update the link.

The reviewer workflow

Reviewers must sign in to comment on a prototype using an Adobe ID. If you are an enterprise user, get in touch with your account administrator to provide permissions and credentials.

If the prototype is protected by a password, enter the password to view the prototype.

An author can control visibility of relevant assets for the stakeholder to review. 

Entering a password to view a password protected prototype
Entering a password to view a password protected prototype

After you are signed in, click the View Comments icon to open the comments panel. 

  1. To sign in using Adobe ID, click Sign In and provide your Adobe credentials.

    To sign in as a guest, click Sign in as a Guest at the top of the comments panel. When prompted to provide a name, type a name, and enter the CAPTCHA code.

    Nota:

    If you sign in as a guest, comment, end the session (by closing or refreshing the browser), and log in again as a guest, you have no control over the previous comment. On the other hand, if you sign in using your Adobe ID, you can edit your previous comments.

  2. Use the following tools to get the best viewing experience:

    • Hotspot hints: Hotspot hints are available for anyone viewing a shared prototype. These hints indicate the elements that are interactive, which the reviewers need to click. The hints appear when you click a space in the artboard where there is no interactive element.
      Note: These hints do not appear if the designer has disabled them while sharing the prototype.
    • Full-screen mode: View prototypes in full-screen in the browser and in Preview mode. Click the Full-screen icon on the upper right corner of the screen while viewing the shared prototype. The prototype then expands to fill the entire screen, allowing you to see all the design details clearly. To exit full-screen mode, press Esc.
    Drag the pin to a specific portion of the canvas, and type in a comment
    Drag the pin to a specific portion of the canvas, and type in a comment
  3. Type in comments at the top of the comment panel. To add a new line to the comment, press Shift + Enter.

    You can also switch from a regular comment to a pinned comment. A commenting notification email provides a direct link to the artboard where a comment is made, and not just the home artboard.

    XD assigns a number to every pinned comment. The comments in the comments panel also reflect these numbers allowing designers to easily identify the context of the comment.

    If you type a comment in the edit field and add a pin, and then navigate to another artboard, the comment field is empty for the other artboards. When you return back to the original artboard, the comment and pin are preserved. You can also use Cancel to cancel an added comment in the comment field.

    Nota:

    To move a pin after you place it, drag it to another place on the canvas. You can only move pins that you have placed.

    Unresolving a comment
    Unresolving a comment

    The author can view the comments and mark them as resolved when done. You can check your resolved comments by clicking View Resolved Comments.  If you think your comment has been wrongly marked as resolved, you can click Move to Unresolved to keep the comment open.

    The author, and reviewers can reply to comments added by other reviewers. When you reply to a reviewer's comment, the reviewer receives a notification through mail, and from the Creative Cloud desktop application. When the notification is clicked, it directs them to the referenced artboard.

    The author can delete comments from reviewers, or replies on the comments. The author can also use @mention to display users invited to access a private invite design. In the case of public prototypes and design specs, only users who have commented at least once, appear in the reviewer list. When you use @mention the reviewer receives a notification through mail, and from the Creative Cloud desktop application. When the notification is clicked, it directs the reviewer to the referenced artboard.

    @mention hint dialog box provides the following options:

    • Public link: Lists the reviewers who have commented in the prototype or design specs at least once.
    • Private link: Lists the stakeholders who have been invited to prototype or design specs link.

View gamepad or keyboard triggers in design specs

When the design specs are shared with gamepad or keyboard triggers, you can view the artboard information in the property inspector. 

View details in the Property Inspector
View details in the Property Inspector

Click the artboard of the shared design spec to view the artboard properties and the interactions connected to the artboard. You can view the keys or gamepad triggers that are configured for the artboard. In case of gamepad trigger, you can view the key or combination that is assigned to the gamepad trigger. 

Access prototypes with gamepad or keyboard triggers

Keypad triggers

  • When you load a prototype, a message appears at the bottom of the screen informing that you should interact with this prototype using keyboard keys. 

Gamepad triggers

  • When you load a prototype, a message appears at the bottom of the screen informing about the hardware to be used to access the prototype.
  • To preview a prototype, you need to use same game controller that was used to author.

Nota:

These prototypes are not supported on mobile web. You can still open prototypes containing gamepad or keyboard-based triggers in mobile web, but those triggers will automatically fall back to tap behavior. You can continue to tap through the screens and access such prototypes. 

Request access for private links

You can now explicitly request for access on a privately shared prototype or design specs link, that you did not have permission to view. The owner of that link receives notification through email or notification from the Creative Cloud app to accept or deny the request. 

Let us consider an illustration where Mili is the owner who has shared a private link for the prototype to a group. Peter is a stakeholder who tries to open the private link but he was not in the invitee list for that private link shared by Mili. You can see how Adobe XD handles this scenario in the below flow diagram. 

Request access for prototype
Request access for private links

Request access

When a stakeholder, who is not part of invitee list, tries to open a design spec or prototype private link, an access restricted message appears with an option to request for access. 

Access restricted
Access restricted

Type the reason for your request in the message box so that the owner can understand the context of your request. This message is optional. You can then click Request Access button below the message to notify the owner. 

  • After you click the Request Access button, a message appears confirming that the request for access has been sent to the owner of this private link.
Request to access sent
Request to access sent

Email and Creative Cloud app notification to designer/owner

The designer/owner of the design spec or prototype link is notified through email or Creative Cloud notifications, that there is a request for access on the shared link.

Email notification consists of the following fields: 

  • Name of the requester
  • Title of an artifact
  • Manage Access button

You can click Manage Access button either in the email or Creative Cloud app notification, to open the Manage Invite popup in the shared link.

You can then choose to provide access by clicking Accept. On confirming the action, the requestor receives an email confirmation message. 

Accept or decline request
Accept or decline request

Designer/owner can also choose to click Decline button. The requestor receives an email message as You've denied access request from <Requester name>.

You can view the status of each request below the requestor’s name in Manage access dialog.

A notification appears in the app whenever you accept or decline the request from stakeholders. 

Nota:

Only the owner of an artifact can grant access.

Email and Creative Cloud notifications to stakeholders

When a designer/owner accepts your request, you will receive an email notification or Creative Cloud notification with a message as John Doe gave you access to My XD prototype. Click the Go to Link below the message to access the artifact.

When a designer/owner declines your request, you will receive an email or Creative Cloud app notification with the message as Your request to access My XD prototype was declined.

View all comments across multiple artboards

The view all screen comments feature in Adobe XD makes it much easier to manage stakeholder feedback in prototypes and design specs. You can now view all comments in a single list, and click an individual comment to go right to the affected artboard and reply, resolve, or delete the comment.

Use the All Screen Comments toggle button at the lower-left corner of the commenting panel to list comments added across multiple artboards in a single view. The toggle is turned on by default in a shared design specs or prototype link.

View comments across multiple artboards
View comments across multiple artboards

A. View comments B. All Screen Comments toggle button C. Filter comments 

Comments are displayed for each artboard separately along with artboard name. All artboards where comments have been added are displayed in this All Screen Comments view. The blue highlight on the left indicates comments for current artboard. Clicking a comment set that is not for current artboard takes you to that artboard to set the context first. You can then reply, resolve, or delete an individual comment for that set.

The number 3 on top of notification icon on upper-right corner of the commenting panel indicates unresolved comments across multiple artboards.

You can now choose to filter some of the comments based on reviewer names, time, or status of comments. Click the funnel icon at the lower-right corner of commenting panel to filter comments.

  • Reviewers filter displays names of all reviewers who added comments on a prototype or design specs link. Click a reviewer name to filter the comments specific to that reviewer.
  • Time filter options are TodayYesterdayLast 7 days, or Older.
  • In Status filter, you can use Resolved to view only the list of all resolved comments.

A blue dot on top of the funnel icon indicates that a filter is active. Click Clear to remove the filter on comments.

Filter comments
Filter comments

A. Filter comments by reviewers B. Filter comments by time C. Filter comments by status D. Clear applied filter E. Filter applied 

You can turn off the All Screen Comments toggle to view the comments specific to the current artboard. To view comments on per-artboard basis, you can toggle the All Screen Comments off anytime by clicking the icon next to it. 

Move pins

You can click the pin numbers on artboard and drag them to any other appropriate portion on the canvas.

  • Hover mouse on the pin in an artboard. 
  • Click the pin when a crossbar appears on top of it and move it to your desired location on the artboard.
Move pins
Move pins

Reply, resolve, or delete comments

In design mode of XD, the author can resolve, delete, or reply to comments.

  • Hover the mouse over a comment and click it to set the context for a current artboard. Click Reply to respond to a comment. A number on top of Reply link indicates the number of replies received for a comment.
  • After fixing the comment, click Resolve to indicate that the comment has been resolved. Your reviewer can also click Resolve to indicate that a comment has been fixed. As a designer, you can click Unresolved to reopen a comment.
  • Click delete icon to delete any unwanted comments.
Commenting options
Commenting options

A. Reply to comment B. Delete comment C. Edit comment D. Pin comment E. Resolve comment 

Work with prototypes that are shared with you (Preview)

Designers and reviewers can access private prototypes and design specs from the Shared with You (Preview) section of Your Work. Shared with You also shows private artifacts and shared folders. 

For more information on using Your Work as an enterprise customer, see Asset settings.

Designers and reviewers have a different user experience in the Your Work section of Creative Cloud based on their roles. 

If you are a designer, you can view the following extra options in Your Work:

  • Shared with You (Preview): Displays the prototypes and design specs that have been shared with you for review.
  • Published: Shows a list of prototype and design specs links that you have shared.

If you are a reviewer, you can view only the following options in Your Work:

  • Shared with You (Preview): Shows a simplified stakeholder experience that displays the prototypes and design specs shared with the stakeholder for review. You can also click the ellipses next to the shared prototype name and opt to remove the prototype or design specs and leave the review cycle.
  • Files: Shows an empty folder unless you have received files for review from the reviewer or if you have uploaded and managed your assets on the Creative Cloud.

This view helps the reviewers focus on their main task of reviewing and commenting on the artifacts  shared with them.

For more information on the various options in Your Work, see  Browse, sync, and manage assets.

Nota:

This feature is applicable only for the private links of design specs and prototypes shared with the reviewers.

Share with you section
Share with you section

Designer workflow

  1. After creating a private link, select Open in browser icon in the Invite tab to automatically sign you into the web view of the asset.

  2. Click Your Work on the upper left corner of the screen to automatically display the Published view in Your Work showing your prototypes and design specs.

    Designer view
    Designer view
  3. Press the browser back button to navigate to the web view of the prototype or design specs.

Reviewer workflow

  1. Click the link received in the review workflow mail to access the prototype for commenting (if you are logged in with your Adobe ID).

    Nota:

    Though you do not require a paid Adobe ID to access the prototype, ensure that you have signed in to your Adobe account with the same email address from the review workflow mail.

  2. Click Shared Items in the web view of the prototype or design specs to direct you to the Your Work section of Creative Cloud. If your Creative Cloud account is mapped to the email address, or if you are already logged into your Creative Cloud account, you are automatically directed to Your Work.

  3. The reviewer view in Your Work displays the Shared with You (Preview) and Files options. You can also click the ellipses next to the shared prototype name and opt to remove the prototype or design specs and leave the review cycle.

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