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Thanks so much for downloading XD for Windows 10 and for submitting your question about the functionality. Your hunch that Layers is not yet available on Windows is correct. We're still working on that -- and many other features -- so that XD for macOS and Windows 10 have the same functionality.
The video that you included in your question is a link to the macOS product, so I'm going to provide you with a link to the tutorial for XD on Windows 10: Adobe XD design app for Windows 10 | Adobe Experience Design CC (Beta) tutorials
In addition to that, you can also check out this page: Windows support for Adobe XD , which will tell you in detail which features are in the current release and which features you can expect to see in the near future.
Thanks again for downloading and using XD and let us know what you think.
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Thanks for replying That makes sense, I just wanted to be sure I didn't over-look anything. The CC Launcher brings you to https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-design.html?mv=product&mv2=accc# when clicking on the tutorials link under the Xd launcher icon in the app list. Following the getting started links naturally leads to the macOS videos. Perhaps the team might make a change to the link in the app launcher to point to your Windows tuts for others who might have the same inquiry
That's a great piece of feedback (about sending customers to that link directly that only has the Win10 tutorials). I'm going to pass this along! Thanks.
Is there an update on when the layers and symbols functionality will be added to the Windows version? It's hard to develop on my little macbook air and I'd rather be using my large screen monitor but I only have that hooked up to a pc.
Also waiting on this!