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UXPin Changelog March 2018 #5

Paweł Wakuła
By Paweł Wakuła on 15th March, 2018 Updated on 5th July, 2019

In the past two weeks, we’ve released a few enhancements to the symbols, new version of the Sketch plugin, visual improvements in the Editor, and new features in the Dashboard (iterations from iterations, in-app changelog). Details below.

Design Systems

  • [Improvement] Handling local and master symbols’ relations while using undo/redo.
  • [Improvement] Changes in nested symbols are synced across all parent symbols when pushed to the library.
  • [Improvement] Removing symbol when all elements inside were deleted.
  • [Improvement] Symbols keep connection to the Design System Library after duplicating the prototype.

Sketch plugin 4.11

  • [New] Exporting shapes as SVGs.
  • [New] Design System Library redesign.
  • [New] Exporting opacity as property which can be changed in the UXPin Editor.
  • [Fixed] Upon exporting from Sketch, additional export sizes are no longer added.  
  • [Fixed] Plugin supports the newest version of Sketch app (version 49).

Visual changes in the Editor

  • Added the Hamburger menu in the top left corner.
  • Moved Preview mode to the right (marked with Play icon).
  • Moved Zoom settings to the bottom left corner.
  • Added prototype name and active page.
  • Bottom left corner menu (Log out, Integrations, Shortcuts, Help&Tutorial, Add user) moved to the Hamburger menu in the top left.
  • Moved View options to the Hamburger menu.
  • Added Simple/Advanced mode to the View Options modal.
  • Redesigned tabs in the properties panel (Properties, Interactions, Specification).


  • [New] Creating iteration from iteration.
  • [New] In-app changelog notification with information about fixes or new features.

If you’re interested what we released in February, please check out Changelog 2018 #3 and Changelog 2018 #4.

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Paweł Wakuła

by Paweł Wakuła

Paweł Wakuła is Program Manager at UXPin, The Full-Stack UX Design Platform. Since joining UXPin in 2015, he has led projects in Poland and Silicon Valley. Previously, he worked on projects for major telecommunication and software development companies in Poland. He holds M.Eng. in Telecommunication and MSc in Finance and Economic Analysis.

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