- FigJam supports PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, or WEBP image formats. GIFs won't be animated.
- FigJam is Figma's new digital whiteboarding tool.
Images bring variety and functionality to your FigJam boards. Use images to:
- Build a mood board
- Add some fun to your brainstorming sessions
- Share your favorite photo you took on vacation
Supported image formats
You can import images in PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, or WEBP format.
Animated GIFs are supported, but won't be animated.
Place an image
To add an image:
- Click in the toolbar or press ⌘ Command Shift K to select an image from your computer.
- Hover the image preview over the spot on your board where you want to place it.
- To place the image:
- Click once to place the image at its maximum size.
- Click and drag while pressing ⇧ Shift to place it at a certain size.
Once placed, you can edit and move the image around the board.
Replace an image
You can replace an existing image with another from the image's toolbar, or using the image tool. The dimensions of the new image will stay the same as the one you replaced.
From the image's toolbar:
- Select the image you want to replace.
- Click the in the image's toolbar.
- Choose a new image from your computer.
From the main toolbar:
- Click in the main toolbar.
- Choose a photo from your computer.
- Hover the image preview over the existing image on your board.
- Click the existing image to replace it with the new one.
To place more than one image at a time, select multiple images once the file browser is open. FigJam lets you place the images individually.
Click and drag an image's bounding box to resize it proportionally.
Edit an image
Click to open more image editing tools:
- Crop: drag the preview handles to crop your image
- Zoom: use the slider to adjust the image's zoom level
- Reposition: click and drag the image when cropping to reposition it in its frame
- Rotate: rotate the image clockwise in 90 degree increments
- Aspect ratio: crop your images with aspect ratio presets like 1:1 squares or circles, 4:3 landscape, or wide 16:9 frames.