In the same camp here! Switched from Sketch + InVision to Figma and providing a way to flip through all the design files quickly has proven difficult.
We’ve experimented with a site map diagram frame as a sort of table of contents within the Components/Design System page of our designs, which uses the link feature on the label text boxes to make the site map link out to presentation mode views of each of the page designs, then we can just share that site map frame’s presentation link and let them explore. It works alright but forces our users to wait for the presentation view to spin up with each new page’s designs.
We would love the ability to select a set of artboards within a project to include within a sort of “main presentation” that isn’t a prototype, something like what was hinted at by the question author of https://forum.figma.com/t/share-to-a-client-presenting/1613, so we can share files in a quick stack when the client is more comfortable with that mode.
Wondering if there’s some best practice I’m missing. Should we not be having our designs spread across pages within a project if we want to present those designs together?