I would like to understand how people are currently addressing the need of having different states of a page.
Where I work we are facing this problem since a lot of pages have different versions, and I believe it would be helpful to have the ability to add different states of the same page. For example, a dashboard could have a lot of versions, such as empty state, error messages, notifications.
Today in the user flows I add a text layer to communicate the artboard name on Figma, but I believe this is not intuitive, since we have the page preview, and we’re supposed to use that to inform a page in a flow.
I wonder since Flowmapp is a great tool to have all UX artifacts in one place, we could understand how to address that, in order to make users flows more useful in complex systems.
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