Coediting in Adobe XD is one of the best ways to collaborate with your team on a design project. With Coediting, you can design together in the same document at the same time. Everyone's always working with the latest version, no matter where, or when they want to create. Live cursors take Coediting even further, enabling you to see where other collaborators are working in a shared document. Let me show you what I mean.
I'm here in Adobe XD and I'm working on a project with my colleague, Ike. I can see in the upper right-hand corner of the application, his avatar, and here on the desktop that he's currently working in the Private Vault wireframe flow. Notice that his avatar has a colored ring around it, which matches his cursor on the canvas and the selection color of the content that he's editing. If we had a complex project with lots of artboards, or let's say I panned over to an area where he's not working, I can always quickly check on his progress by clicking on his avatar in the Presence bar. XD automatically zooms me into his current location where again, I can see what it is that he's working on.
Now, let's say we want to bring in additional designers to our project, to move even faster. I can invite others to the document by clicking on the plus sign in the Presence bar, and then enter the Adobe ID for the other designers. I'll add my colleague Katie here, and give her a little bit of context. And then click the Invite to Edit button. She'll receive a notification by way of the Creative Cloud desktop app and by way of email, and can join Ike and I as we proceed.
And that's just a little bit about Coediting and live cursors in Adobe XD. I encourage you to give it a try yourself.