I will admit right off the bat, that I’m not sure if the following functionality has been requested before. If it has, please forgive me for opening a new topic on the same discussion.
Working on a moderately sized project (I guess I’m somewhere around 70 mockups right now), I had the client change his mind on something which affects essentially all mockups. While starting to work on this, I started thinking that it would be useful to be able to categorize the mockups, to get a better overview of where I still need to do rework. Therefore, if it were possible to right-click a mockup and categorize with color or similar (e.g. marking red/yellow/green) I could easily see where work still needs to be done, and where I’m already done.
Further, if there was a feature to group mockups belonging to a section/part of the design, that could help keep the list more easily navigable. My thinking is, that I now have a set of 10-15 mockups relating to how the user could configure his/her profile - this is quite fancy including a scrollbar with clickable top/bottom that moves between the top/bottom of the content. But this consumes a fair chunk of the mockups list - if I could collapse it into a group called “My Profile” it would be a bit easier to navigate the project contents.
Just a couple of ideas - nothing really important but it may help using the great Mockups tool in different contexts with a lot of mockups involved.
Thanks for a great tool