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Discover the latest features in our Mac, web and iOS apps.

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  1. Sketch in 2023

    What’s happened in 2023? Well, quite a lot! From closing the feedback loop and making on-Canvas comments available across Sketch, to taking a major leap forward with Smart Layout — there’s a lot to cover! So let’s recap on a pretty big year.

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  2. Taking Smart Layout beyond Symbols

    Smart Layout is now available in groups and Artboards, bringing more control and convenience to your work. We’ve also made plenty of great improvements to Smart Layout, including new keyboard shortcuts, Foresight support, and a whole lot more.

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  3. Version 99 is available to download

    Our latest Mac update includes some major improvements to Smart Layout — bringing it to groups and Artboards, along with a host of handy improvements. This release also includes a number of other smaller improvements and fixes.

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  4. Available on the Mac App Store

    Sketch is once again available to download from the Mac App Store. We’re happy to be back, and it looks like Apple are too.

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  5. Bug fixes and improvements

    Our latest Mac update (v98) focuses on fixing some bugs, polishing a few existing areas of the app, and improving the reliability of our Figma file importer.

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  6. Collections

    Introducing a new level of organization for your Workspace. With Collections, you can group documents inside of Projects. Just like Projects, Collections are workflow-agnostic — so you can organize documents using whatever groupings suit you and your collaborators best. Collections are available right now in the latest version of the Mac, iOS and web apps.

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  7. Selection improvements

    We’ve spent some time improving all the little interactions that might bug you or feel inconsistent when it comes to selection and dragging in the Mac app. Overall, it should feel easier and more predictable to select layers by clicking on their visible parts, or move layers by dragging within their selection box. Check out the video above for a walkthrough of these changes.

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  8. Multi-layer renaming

    You can now select multiple layers and use Edit > Rename (R) to rename your entire selection, with support for modifier tokens and optional matching of portions of the layers’ names. You can also use Edit > Rename All (R) to rename all the layers on your current page, with the option to filter for specific layers to rename. Finally, you can quickly rename another selection of layers using the last renaming pattern you used via Edit > Rename with Last Format (R).

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  10. New save dialog

    We’ve completely redesigned the Save dialog, giving you more context about your Workspace, easier organization, and full support for the new Collections feature. This is now the default way to save in Sketch. You can still save locally to your Mac via the “Save to Your Mac” button in the Save dialog, or via File > Save to Your Mac. You can also change the default save and open location under the General tab in Sketch’s Settings.

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