Comments allow you to quickly exchange ideas on designs with other team members. Comments are accessible to anyone with view or edit permissions to the file.
- Select the comment icon in the toolbar to activate the orange comment bubble
- Click to place your comment
- Type your comment and choose Post
- Click Escape on your keyboard to exit comment mode
You can even add emoji to your comments either by using the built-in emoji picker, or by typing the emoji out!
View existing comments
- Open any file and click the comment icon in the toolbar
- Existing comments will appear as grey bubble on the canvas
You can open each comment by selecting the bubble on the canvas or selecting them from the comment list to the right of the canvas.
When the comment dialogue window opens, you can drag the window around the canvas to to read the comment while viewing the overall design.
Editing and deleting comments
Edit or delete an existing comment by clicking the comment and selecting the three dot menu on the bottom right corner of the window.
Replying and resolving comments
To reply to comments, click an existing comment bubble and the comments will appear. Type your response and click Reply.
To resolve comments, simply click Resolve in the comment window.
While in comment mode, a list of the unresolved comments will appear on the right-side panel.
Click any comment in the list to move directly to that comment.
Viewing resolved comments
To view comments that have previously been resolved, you can toggle on the option to Show Resolved Comments.
You can also do this from inside the comment list. Resolved comments will be greyed out in a lighter shade of grey.
You have the option to receive email notifications when others comment on files. Just make sure you have selected the box for Receive email notifications in the comments list.
If you have configured your Figma Team with your Slack team, when people on your team comment on any file in a specific project, you can enable notifications for those comments to appear in a specific Slack channel. Read more about that in our Figma & Slack article.
Currently, it's not possible to @mention team members in comments.