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You could duplicate the artboard and show the different stages on each board, then tie them together in the prototyping
Kevin's right - the only way to do that right now is to duplicate your artboard. However, we have overlays in the backlog, so you might want to swing over to UserVoice and add your thoughts and upvote there:
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Duplicating artboards is not an option. If you work with say 5-10 menu alternatives, its not a working solution. The layer that "slides" away remains in sight, but has to be partially visible, dependeng on where you came from. This means that a huge amount of duplication needs to take place and the designer needs to manually adjust all those partially visible layers, since changes in the actual layer do not propagate to the artboard with hamburger + partial layer. this really sucks.
Creating a simple interface element such as a hamburger is essentially the very same as creating a drop down menu, which you cant do in XD either AFAIR. Sure duplicating layers might work, but the user that will get the prototype in his hands will not be able to understand how it works, since it will not behave like a drop down menu actually does...
Yep, what you're looking for is overlays. It's something we're investigating for a future release - I posted a link to the idea you should upvote up above. We'll contact you when we have something to share!
This is easy when the drop down menu hides all the content out of sight, so you only make one drop down page. If not, you then need to create a duplicate of each page to create a drop down version of that corespondent page.