Templates add pre-created content to a new or existing file, giving your team guidance and starting points they can build on. For example, the Daily standup template adds pre-created columns to your board so your team can add their tasks and goals as stickies. The Prioritization matrix template adds designated spaces for brainstorming and a matrix for determining feasibility and priority for ideas in a project.
Use templates in FigJam to:
- Optimize meeting agendas, daily stand-ups, ice breakers, and 1:1s
- Quickly build user journey maps, fishbone diagrams, and flow charts
- Create empathy maps, pros and cons charts, and information architecture diagrams
- Have some fun with your team with games like chess, connect four, and more
You can browse templates created by Figma from the file browser or the templates picker in a file. FigJam templates by other creators can also be found and duplicated in the Figma Community.
Use FigJam templates
There are a couple of ways to create a file using templates from the file browser.
Create a new FigJam file:
- Click New FigJam file or type
figjam.newin your browser's address bar.
- From the templates picker, browse or search templates.
- Hover over a template and click Insert template.
The template you selected will be added to the board in the new file.
You can add a template created by Figma to an existing FigJam board
- Click in the bottom toolbar.
- Search or browse templates.
- Click Insert template.
You can select and move the template around the board.
Click See more in the Community to browse templates by other creators.
Browse templates by members of the Figma Community you can use with your team. To use a template, duplicate the file. Once duplicated, you can work directly in the duplicated file or copy and paste its contents to an existing FigJam file.
Click Duplicate from the file's details page to add a copy to your drafts folder.
Create a template
Members of the Figma Community can publish their FigJam files for others to use as templates. FigJam files in the community are automatically added to the FigJam category of the community, but are not included in the template picker in a file or the file browser.