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Friday, April 2, 2021

📝 Clearer documentation with bulleted and numbered lists

  • Use bullets and numbers to organize information, emphasize important details, or outline next steps. Learn more here.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

🔁 All of your Figma accounts, connected

  • Account switching: seamlessly switch between your work and personal Figma accounts
  • Community account pairing: you can now link multiple accounts to one Community handle. 
  • Renamed personal space: “Personal” is now “External teams.”
  • Learn more about navigating between accounts, workspaces, and the Figma community here.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

💻 Publish individual components

  • You can now select specific components to publish changes in your libraries. Learn more here.

🌐 Better guest management for Figma Organization

  • Review which resources guests can access and their permissions on those resources.
  • Manage guest roles and account types within your organization’s admin settings. Learn more here.

Thursday, March 18, 2021

🔍 Find it faster with quick actions

  • Menu search got a visual refresh! Press "command + /" (Mac) or "control + /" (Windows) to access your recent actions, Figma plugins, menu items, and more from the center of your canvas.

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Updates to user permissions in Figma Organization

  • Org Viewers that are given edit permissions on a team or project will not become paid users until they click the edit button within a file or are invited to edit a file directly. Learn more here
  • Viewers that have edit permissions on a team or project but have not yet taken an edit action, must click the new“Edit file” button to make changes to a file. Learn more here.  
  • Users with a Viewer Restricted role can now create new teams. They may also take additional actions related to teams and projects based on their edit permissions. See full list of actions here.

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

💬 Stay up to date on design work in Slack

With the Figma app for Slack, you’ll be notified when you’re tagged in or invited to a file, someone replies to one of your comments, and new comments are made in files you’re subscribed to. 

  • Download the app here.
  • Learn more connecting Figma and Slack here.