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How to generate specification documents from your prototypes

Generating specification documents from your prototypes

Just go to File > Export Document and select the “Customized document” option to generate a MS Word document with all the information you have in your prototype, and the way you want to.

Export customized spec documents from your prototypes

There are lots of configuration options for your documents so you can be as detailed as you wish in your specification documents.

In the first tab, “File + Configuration“, you can select the name and folder where you want to store your report. You can also select a number of configuration options, such as:

  • Includthe description of all the events or just the navigation ones;
  • Generate menus and trees descriptions, through screenshots of all the menu’s and navigation trees’ items;
  • Include a personalized logotype in the final report;
  • Include numeric markers in screen captures, to indicate where exactly the elements are located ;
  • Generate a screen capture for each dynamic panel;
  • Include the description of your own widgets.

Configuration options for your specification documents

In the second tab, “Contents“, you can select the template to use for your report. You can choose between default templates (Prototype report, Requirements list, Scenarios list, Screens list) and your own ones. 

Customized content for your specification documents

Next tutorial > How to create a document template with Microsoft Word

10 Comments

  1. Timothy

    November 6, 2014 at 2:46 am

    I’m using Justinmind Prototyper Pro Edition Version (Ver. 6.2.0)
    I want to export my scenarios as a hi-res pdf so that I can zoom into the screens and see the details but I don’t see a “Export to PDF” anywhere. Also, when I try to export as docx and later convert to pdf, the pdf is in low res.

    • admin

      December 9, 2014 at 1:10 am

      Try with the option File – Save as images

  2. John Schuster Says :

    February 5, 2015 at 6:05 pm

    I have a prototype with a number of HTML and URL widgets in it. These point to content that is created on our secure server. We also have some of these widget pointing to a web link with dynamic charts on it. When I export the prototype to a DOCX file I get the screen shots but they just show grey area with the text “HTML Content” or the URL.

    It would be nice if the export to DOCX would render the HTML or URL link and include rendered image rather than a gray area,

    • Lidia Rodriguez

      March 9, 2015 at 11:32 am

      Thanks for the suggestion! I’ll forward it to the development team.

  3. Bogdan

    April 30, 2015 at 9:07 am

    Can you include in JIM also export to PDF. ( it’s not an elegant option to send exported wireframe as an image.)

    • Lidia Rodriguez

      July 3, 2015 at 7:43 am

      Thanks for your suggestion!

  4. Amy Blackmon

    July 8, 2015 at 7:29 pm

    Is there anyway that I can export a “doc” to a google doc? We aren’t using office, so Word isnt an option.

    • Danielle Schneider

      July 9, 2015 at 1:25 am

      Hi Amy,

      Unfortunately, that is not a current feature of Justinmind. However, a workaround may be to export the prototype as images and then upload them to a google doc.

  5. hilal

    October 3, 2015 at 7:29 pm

    how to save a file into file that I can open or do a simulation again?

    • Danielle Schneider

      October 3, 2015 at 8:27 pm

      You cannot embed your prototype into the file. You can, however, link to your online public prototyper file and view the simulation.