Before you Start
Who can use this feature
Users on Any Figma plan
Anyone can view and explore Pages in a File
Users with Edit access to the File can create Pages
Files are what we call documents in Figma. They contain the Canvas where you can arrange your layers and objects to create designs.
Within a File, you can create as many Pages as you need. Each Page offers its own Canvas, where you can explore and iterate on your designs.
There are five levels of File structure and organization within Figma. Pages are the last level of structure.
Each Page offers its own Canvas, where you can explore and iterate on your designs. You can name each Page according to its purpose.
They are a great organizational tool, as they can be applied in so many ways.
- Organization (Figma Organization only)
You can use Pages to:
- Iterate on different versions of a concept or idea
- Break up designs by platform or device
- Group designs by feature or product
- Arrange Components and Styles into categories
- Track each stage of the design process
- Let engineers know what's ready for development
- Present ideas or versions to collaborators
- Build Atomic Libraries and Design Systems
- Create different Prototyping flows for the same designs
You can access Pages when you open a File in the Editor. You can find, view and navigate between Pages in the Layers Panel.
This allows you to:
- Add New Pages
- Duplicate Pages
- Rename Pages
- Delete Pages
- Change the Order of Pages
- Move Layers Between Pages
Learn more in our Create and manage pages article.