In our end of sprint meetings with the client, we show the work done during the sprint then go over what will be in the next sprint. In the later, we usually show the wire frame for a visual.
I created a wireframe for a page we will be working on the next sprint, that contains a search feature (just a textbox with a button) and other stuff. It was mentioned that I should remove the search box because that is going to be built in a later sprint and just have a note saying something to that regard "to be built later" or whatever.
So I wondering if I need to limit the wireframe diagrams to only show what we are working on or is it ok to draw the entire page and just be like, "This sprint we will be working on getting this page going. As discussed we will be building the blah and blah, then the search blah will be built in a later sprint"