Who can use this feature
- Supported on any team or plan.
- Applies to Figma design files only.
- Anyone with can view access can view and explore pages in a design file.
- Anyone with can edit access to a file can create and manage pages.
Design files can contain multiple pages, giving you more space to explore.
Each page has a canvas where you arrange your frames, groups, and layers. Pages have a finite size of -65,000 through +65,000 on each axis.
Pages also give you an extra layer of organization within your files. This is something to think about when it comes to structuring your files and projects.
- Create pages for different stages of the design process, or show which designs are ready for development with a dedicated page.
- Have separate pages for different milestones in a project, including static pages for design critiques or feedback sessions.
- Create dedicated pages for your main components and style definitions. Get in the habit of moving new components to the dedicated page.
- Create pages for exploring each user flow. Currently, you can create multiple prototypes in a page, but you can only preview one flow.
- Add visual clues to help collaborators identify appropriate work. Like "spacer" pages to create more distinction between pages or emojis to communicate purpose and status.
Access pages when you view a file in the editor. You can view, create, and manage pages in the Layers panel of the left sidebar.
- To open the page list, click the current page name
- Select a page in the page list to view that page in the canvas.
Create a new blank page from scratch, or duplicate an existing page.
- In Starter team files, you're limited to a maximum of three pages per file.
- In Professional, Education, and Organization teams, you can create as many pages as you need in your team files and drafts.
- Click to add a new page to your file.
- Give your new page a name.
Create a snapshot of your current work or build out different prototype flows from the same screens or designs.
- Right-click the page name and select Duplicate
- Figma will add a copy of that page to the file with a prefix Copy of.
- Right-click on the page and select Rename to change the page name.
There are two ways to rename a page:
- Right-click the page and select Rename, update the page name, then click outside of the page list to apply.
- Double-click the page name, update the page name, then click outside of the page list to apply.
- Find page you want to delete in the page list.
- Right-click the page and select Delete.
Change the order that your pages appear in your page list.
- Click and hold on a page to select it.
- Drag it up or down to change the p age order.
- Release to apply.
Move layers between pages
You can move layers between pages. This is handy when you want to break up a large file and allows you to keep any comments associated with those layers intact.
- Select any layer in the canvas or Layers panel.
- Right-click the layer to open the menu.
- Select Move to page and then choose the page you'd like to move it to
- We will move the layers to the same coordinates on the selected page.
Note: If you want to copy prototype connections from the page, you need to have the Prototype tab open in the right sidebar. If you copy from the Design tab, Figma won't copy any prototype connections.