In the new Plant update we focused on improving scenarios in specific and widespread user cases.
Combination in resolving structural conflict
Since the launch, Plant has been able to resolve conflicts that occur inside the file structure. These conflicts happen when for example one user renames an artboard, and the second user moves the same artboard to another page.
In such cases, Plant should display a window with a choice of one of two possible options: The 1st option is the page in which the artboard was renamed and the 2nd option is the page in which the artboard was moved. The user had to choose which option he wants to keep.
This process satisfied us and users at the beginning, but with the growth of files and projects, this process became a limitation and could even harm.
In this new version of Plant, we are expanding the ability to resolve structural conflicts. From now on, you can choose the structure you’d like to keep and fill it with artboards from the other version without any loses when resolving a structural conflict.
If your team is serious about the history of the project, then surely you have repeatedly returned to the old versions with the desire to restore the entire version or only some artboards from it.
However, before this new version, Plant was only capable of restoring a whole version of a project without the possibility of restoring partially.
Now you can restore specific artboard or artboards to any previous versions without restoring the entire file version.
- Added support for returning to the previous version of the artboard by clicking the back button in your browser.
- For quick access to the main functions of the application, the plugin menu in Sketch is expanded with additional items.
- Improved process of adding users to the project.