Learn about the new features and enhancements in the April 2022 release of XD.
Quickly organize asset groups and subgroups in the Document Assets panel path view using forward slashes (/). If an old document has asset names containing slashes, when you open it in XD 50, you get a prompt to convert the slashes into new nesting levels in the group hierarchy, or replace the slashes with a dash (—) to retain the hierarchy.
Also, you can now rename main components and group them in the Layers panel. When you update a component name or group it in the Layers panel, it is reflected in the Document Assets panel.
To learn more about organizing assets using groups, see Organize assets into groups and subgroups.
If any Creative Cloud library links to your document assets panel are broken, when you click them, you get a summary of the underlying reasons for the broken links along with instructions to resolve them.
To learn more about fixing broken links, see Fix issues with XD libraries and linked assets.
In Design mode, you can hyperlink text inside a text object to secure websites and email addresses.
To learn more about creating text hyperlinks, see Create hyperlinks.
Drag main components in the Property Inspector to reorder them.
To learn about component states, see Add multiple states to components.
If you are a developer, you can now copy Lottie and video HTML code from design specs when developing applications.
To learn about inspecting design specs, see Inspect design specs.
The February 2022 release of XD has the following feature:
If you are a developer, you can now get Lottie information and assets from design specs and use that in your code when creating an application.
To learn more about inspecting Lottie in design specs, see View and inspect design specs.
You can now hyperlink objects and components to secure websites (https), and email programs.
To learn more about linking objects and components to external web pages, see Create hyperlinks.
You can now use artboard presets for the following devices:
To learn more about artboard presets, see Get started with artboards in Adobe XD.
Using design specs links, you can now download images in JPG file format. You can also download all states of a component that is available for download.
You will experience faster and efficient design specs link generation in XD desktop app for designs containing layers marked for export.
To learn more about downloading design specs, see Export and download assets from design specs.
Create immersive experiences using MP4 videos in your designs. After import, you can customize playback and interactions, and preview the output on your desktop, mobile device, or a browser using the shared link.
To learn about supported video, video settings, playback options, and how videos work with other interactions, see Work with videos.
To learn about Lottie playback options and how Lottie works with other interactions, see Work with Lottie animations.
Showcase your design to the global creative community on Adobe's Behance platform and get feedback.
To learn more about sharing from XD to Behance, see Publish design from Adobe XD to Behance.
The Designed at option for exporting assets as JPGs and PNGs has been removed, and now Export size replaces Export for. This change provides more granular export options, as now you can specify a custom export size from 0.1x to 10x.
JPGs are no longer downsized when importing them into XD.
To learn more about exporting design assets to different file formats, see Export design assets.