Powerups in MockFlow help to extend your wireframe ideas onto other stages of product design. Thus, so far to create a Powerup project, it requires an existing or new UI drawing. While this is great for having deeper integration between the wireframing tool and powerups, it might not be required in all cases.
For example, a product manager would want to create a Powerup project like SiteMap or an Agency wants to do a brand guide for their client without attaching it to a Wireframe. Today's update lets you do just that.
Introducing "Standalone Powerups", Now when you create a Powerup project from a design space there is no need to associate it with an existing UI drawing project. Which means each powerup project can be individually created, shared or deleted. Create your own standalone "SiteMap", "StyleGuide", "UX doc", "Personas" and many more projects for your design space.
What it means for us? This basically makes Powerups more powerful as they are now standalone apps. In the near future, you can expect more feature-rich apps for design space to achieve our goal of bringing the entire product design process under one roof.