You can add comments to your shared prototype (in the browser). So in order to add comments, after designing and prototyping (linking your artboards) your project - share the prototype, then click on the link generated to load it in the browser (this is the link you'd share with your colleagues and/or stakeholders).
From there, you and others with the link can add comments to the shared prototype page.
Is there anyway to allow my clients leave comments without needing to have an adobe account?
My client has already commented on my prototype and I would like to make updates. Will I lose all comments if I "Update Link"?
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If you update the link (rather than create a new link), the comments will be retained along with your updated content.
How can i view previous pinned comments made by clients ? They arn't displaying in the prototype view ?
Currently you can't see comments within the Adobe XD desktop app itself. If you visit the same link your clients used to post comments, you can view and reply to them there.
Hope that helps!
My client is asking about being notified (by email or via the Adobe creative cloud) whenever a new comment or a reply to an old comment was added to an XD link that was shared with him. I didn't find any way to help him with this.
I am commenting and sending replies and he's not getting notifications so that he knows that we are waiting for his answers back & comments.
I did a small research about this point and found this: “As the author or the designer who initiated the review, you will receive a notification as soon as a reviewer adds a comment. Click the notification to open the shared prototype and view the comments.”
So ideally, there is no way to notify all members who were involved within a shared link whenever a comment or reply is added, but this is really useful and time consuming for the client and for us.
I wish we could have a solution for this:)
can we tag someone in comment section?
This is a feature we hope to add in the near future. But, at this time, you cannot.
I completely agree, it's hard to stay in loop if there isn't a notification of a comment. I can't be checking the prototype all the time and hoping there are changes.... That would be a huge waste of time.