Still looking forward to this feature. Doing a new concept now and having separate pages for the same content seems… unnecessary.
Isnt this feature finished already? Do they mark them as done?
According to this request - we have another one:
Prototype Device for each Flow (not only per Page).
We obviously need to set a preview-device for each of the flows, too.
E.g. view prototype of mobile-screens in smartphone device and Desktop-Screens without device or with desktop device.
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PLEASE can we get this feature haha!
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This feature is very much needed.
I usually create one file per feature/platform area and inside each file I use the pages to tackle specific functionalities or flows within that bigger feature or entire area. This means that it’s not useful at all to have to create one page per device to be able to share the preview with the stakeholders.
Without this feature, this is my organisation inside a Figma project:
┗ User profile [File]
┄┗ Settings - Desktop [Page]
┄┗ Settings - Tablet [Page]
┄┗ Settings - Mobile [Page]
┄┗ Upload picture - Desktop [Page]
┄┗ Upload picture - Tablet [Page]
┄┗ Upload picture - Mobile [Page]
Why is that? Check this screen recording: Screen Recording 2022-04-26 at 14.42.46.mov - Google Drive
With this feature, I could save so many pages! Like this:
┗ User profile [File]
┄┗ Settings [Page]
┄┄┗ Desktop Flow — with a desktop device selected
┄┄┗ Tablet Flow — with a tablet device selected
┄┄┗ Mobile Flow — with a mobile device selected
┄┗ Upload picture [Page]
┄┄┗ Desktop Flow
┄┄┗ Tablet Flow
┄┄┗ Mobile Flow
Hope this makes sense, it’s not easy to explain in writing.
+1 We need this feature!
Needed! I don’t understand how FIgma could add multiple flows per page yet not give the ability to have multiple viewport sizes? You can’t assume that designs using a page per viewport size?
It’s more efficient to have them on a single page to compare a viewport against the other viewport sizes. Without it, we’d have to design in one sandbox file and then push the designs out to separate pages each time just to separate the flows.
+1! Super crucial for presenting and ease of switching devices.
Device frame per flow is a must have.
Same need here!
I made the switch from XD to Figma, because Figma has moved ahead of XD on most of the features, but this one XD does a lot better.
There you can set a ‘viewport height’ per screen you make. So then the preview mode inherits this together with the width of the screen, to portray your screen. And then you can switch between desktop/mobile just by selecting that screen and previewing it.