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Friday, January 15, 2021

📝 Library description and file template improvements

Read descriptions as you review published changes

  • If you’ve added a description when publishing changes to your team library, your collaborators will now be able to see your notes as they review the updates.

New toggle for file template management 
  • Figma Organization Admins can now turn file templates on or off for all users, with a toggle in admin settings

Thursday, January 14, 2021

👯‍♀️ New co-editor experience, 🎨 style improvements, and 🗂 Asana integration

List co-creators for public files and plugins

  • Now you can add a co-creator to your file or plugin, so you can give credit to your collaborators.

Style management improvements
  • Style details: styles now open up in a floating window to view and edit.
  • Folderssimilar styles can now be grouped and reorganized together.
  • Learn more about managing styles.

Embed live Figma files in Asana
  • You can now embed Figma files in Asana’s Project Overview tab so that teammates can review the latest design files in context with other project details. Learn more here.


Thursday, January 7, 2021

✨ Get started faster with new file templates

  • When creating a new Figma file, you can now choose from a selection of common presets and Community templates to get started 

Monday, December 14, 2020

🖥 Desktop app: release 93

  • Fixed crash on Windows. If the desktop app does not launch for you, please download it again

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

🍝 New prototype action: Scroll to

  • Scroll to selected objects or layers within the same top-level frame.
  • Connect your interaction to a specific object or layer so navigation remains correct, even if your layout changes.
  • Jump positions instantly or create a custom animation.

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

👀 See what you're typing

  •  Text color now defaults to white when typed on a dark canvas. 

Thursday, November 19, 2020

💻 Design like you code with Auto Layout

  • Auto Layout has a fresh new UI and options for more flexibility.
  • Objects within an Auto Layout frame can now stretch and hug along both axes, to create fully responsive components.
  • Top, right, bottom, and left padding values can be set independently, for more intricate layouts.
  • Objects within an Auto Layout frame can be distributed as “Packed” or “Space Between.”