Before you Start
Who can use this feature
Anyone can browse the Figma Community. You don't need a Figma account to browse and view files and plugins in the Community.
You will need a Figma account and Community profile to duplicate Community files.
Community files are design files that creators have shared with the Figma Community. They can be any resource that other members will get value from.
- Access UI and design kits, like Google's Material design.
- Build your own creative projects with ready-to-use templates.
- Explore new ways of thinking with educational resources for tools and processes.
- Learn more about Figma's features with interactive playground files.
Anyone can browse the Figma Community on desktop or mobile. You'll need a Figma account to duplicate, inspect, and remix Community files.
Find and view Community files
Discover Community files in the Community page of your Figma account:
- Open the File browser in Figma.
- Click the Community page in the sidebar.
- Feed will show you resources from creators you follow.
- Explore will let you browse trending resources.
- Click on a featured category to explore related resources. Or, use the search bar at the top of the page to look for a file. Search by name, creator, or keyword (tag).
- Click Files to filter results.
- Click on the file to open the resource page.
Want to browse the Community for files? Use the dropdown on the right to sort results. Choose from trennding, recent, or following.
View Community files
Every Community file will have a resource page. This lets you view some relevant information about the file. Including the file name, creator(s), and a description of the file.
Publishers can choose whether the preview on the file page is a file or prototype. You can interact with the file or prototype as you would any regular embed.
If the file is a remix, or another member has remixed the file, you'll see a preview of these other Community files here too.
Tip! If there are more than three remixes of a file, click See all to view all remixes on a dedicated page. Or, click Hide remixes to hide them from the file page.
There are a few ways you can interact with file pages:
- Click the heart icon to Like the Community file.
- Click Duplicate to add a copy of the Community file to your Drafts.
- Click on a tag to explore other Community files and plugins with that tag.
- Copy the link to the file page, or share the plugin on Twitter or Facebook.
- Click Flag inappropriate to report the file.
To use a file from the Community, you can duplicate it. Duplicates are new files that are separate from the original.
You won't have access to the version history, comments, or permissions of the original file.
- Open the file page.
- Click the Duplicate button.
- Figma will add a copy of this file to your drafts. Every file you duplicate from the Community with have a
(Community)at the end of the file name.
- To remove the file, you will need to delete it from your drafts.
Note: If the File publisher publishes any changes to the file, Figma won't apply these changes to your copy. To get updates, you will need to duplicate the new version of the Community file.
Like a Community file to show support for the file's creator. You don't need to duplicate the file before liking it.
Figma will add the file to the Likes tab of your Community profile. Other members of the Community can see your likes when they view your profile.
- Click the heart icon to add your support.
- Figma will send the file's creator a notification.
- To remove your like, click the heart icon again.
Figma encourages Community members to share and iterate on Community files.
Members can duplicate a Community file, add their own touch, then publish it to the Community. We call these files remixes.
Figma tracks every time someone duplicates a file from the Community. This allows Figma to track remixes and create better feedback loops for creators.
When you publish a remix of a Community file, Figma will:
- Add your file to the Remixes section of the page of the original Community file.
- Add a link to the original Community file in the Remix of section of the resource page.
Publishing files to the Community is currently in beta. Only members of the Figma Community beta can publish files to the Community.