Who can use this feature
Available on the Enterprise plan
If you want to share a design file or prototype with a broad audience for a limited time, you can set an expiration on the file’s public link.
After a public link expires, Figma automatically changes the access setting on the file back to the last-used private setting. Anyone using the public link to access the file will no longer be able to do so. People at your organization with access to the file when it is set to private, and people invited to the file, will continue to have access.
Set an expiration on a public link
You can set a public link to expire as soon as one hour, or as long as one year, after the link is generated.
If you can’t set an expiry for as long as you’d like, or you need to set an expiration date every time you share a public link, your organization may require an expiration on public links.
- Open the file and click Share in the toolbar.
- Change the access setting to Anyone with the link or Anyone with the link and password.
- Click + Expiration for link access.
- To change the link expiry, click the date that appears.
- Choose from the available presets, or select Custom time.
- Close the Share modal.
Note: If Anyone with the link or Anyone with the link and password aren’t available in the list of access settings, an admin may have disabled public links in your organization or current workspace.
Change or remove an expiration date
To change or remove an expiration date, click the date in the Share modal and either select another option or click Remove expiration.