The Organization plan gives companies greater control over shared resources - plugins, fonts, and libraries. Organization admins are subset of organization members that have extra administrative rights.
Admins can manage aspects of the organization, including members, resources, billing, and other organization settings. Open the organization workspace in the file browser and select Admin settings from the left sidebar in the file browser.
Watch the videos below for a quick overview of each page, or read on to find out more.
Tip! Make sure you are in the organization space. Use the organization selector to switch between your organization spaces and any external teams.
The Dashboard lets organization admins see an overview of the organization, including:
- Organization name and logo
- Total number of teams in the organization
- Total number of members (including admins and guests) in the organization
- Billing summary including any upcoming invoices and true-ups. The alert lets you know when your invoice is due.
- Summary of any new members in your organization
Want to change the image for the organization? Hover over the current image until the appears. Click to select another image from your computer.
Create as many teams as you need in an organization. Define how members can find and join teams by setting their Org access; choose from open, closed, or secret teams.
Organization admins don't have access to every team in the organization by default. You will need to be an admin of that specific team to manage that team.
From the Teams page an organization admins can:
- View a list of open and closed teams in the organization. Admins can only see secret teams they are a member of.
- Claim ownership of any teams in the organization that no longer have an owner. This allows admins to assign new owners or redistribute files and projects.
Organization admins can manage members and guests in the organization from the Members tab.
- Search for members
- Filter members by role and account type
- Change a member's role or permissions in the organization
- Grant members admin access
- View and manage new editors for true-ups
- View recent activity for members and guests
- See what resources guests have access to
- Remove members from the organization
- Export a CSV of all member and guest data
Activity logs give organization admins a record of how members and guests are using and editing files and resources in the organization. Organization admins can use activity logs to:
- See who is accessing, copying and sharing files in the organization.
- Decide who should have edit access and be included in the organization's billing.
- Track members creating, joining, leaving, and deleting teams.
- Track changes made to team, file, and project permissions.
- Monitor changes made to the organization by other admins.
- Identify and prevent misuse of organization resources.
Admins can export a record of all activity by date, member, event type, and team. Tracked events and activity logs →
Figma bills organizations on an annual subscription. Every quarter, Figma runs a true-up to allow organizations to purchase extra editor seats.
From the Billing tab an organization admin can:
- View past and upcoming invoices.
- Adjust the billing contact for the organization.
- View new editors to the organization and manage quarterly true-ups.
Figma Organizations allow you to easily share resources within your organization. Organization admins can view and manage these resources from the Resources page.
Use the tabs to switch between Libraries, Fonts, and Plugins.
In an organization, you can publish libraries to a specific team or to the organization. This allows members to access those libraries in files, and team admins to turn on those libraries for their team. Shared libraries in an organization →
Organization admins can make a library available to all teams in the organization. This enables the library for all teams and organization files. Manage default organization libraries →
Members can track how the organization is using components with design system analytics. Learn more about library analytics →
Note: Guests can only access libraries you invite them to. Invite guests to the original file to give them access to those styles and components across organization files.
Figma gives you access to an extensive catalog of Google Web Fonts. You can also use the desktop app or the Figma Font Helper to access local fonts alongside Figma's default fonts.
Figma organizations can upload and share custom fonts in specific teams or across the organization. This removes the need to share, install, or update fonts for individual users, and allows Chromebook and Linux users to access custom fonts.
You can only upload fonts in .TTF and .OTF format, it's not possible to upload web fonts. Learn more about sharing fonts in an organization →
Plugins are third-party scripts or applications that extend the functionality of an application. Figma plugins run in the editor and let you to perform tasks within files.
The Organization plan has extra features for controlling how members use and share plugins:
- Create private plugins to share within your organization →
- Approve plugins that members can use within the organization space →
- Install or uninstall plugins for everyone in the organization →
If the original publisher has left the organization and you need to transfer ownership of a private plugin, contact the Figma Support team.
Control privacy and security of your organization, including domains, authentication, and resource restrictions.
Organization Community profile
Organization admins can manage the organization's profile in the Community.
- Update the organization's profile handle to choose another handle
- Delete the organization's profile to remove it from the Figma Community
View which domains are connected to your organization, this determines who can join your organization as a member. Learn more about domains and domain capture →
Click the Contact Support option to ask the Figma Support team to add a new domain to your organization.
Login and provisioning
- View or update the organization's authentication settings: Learn more about authentication →
- Set up SAML SSO with any of Figma's supported identity providers: Guide to SAML SSO →
- Provision users for Figma with SCIM: Learn how to set up SCIM with Figma →
External link sharing
Turn off external link sharing in the Organization. This removes the Anyone with the link option in any organization files.
Turn the New file template picker off or on for members of the organization. If enabled, Figma will show the template picker every time a member creates a new file. Learn more about the template picker →
SCIM member metadata
If you have SCIM set up, you can track extra member data from your identity provider. You can map these attributes when you configure SCIM with your provider.
You can choose which of these attributes you want to access in Figma. That attribute will be shown in the Members tab alongside Figma's default data.
- Open Admin settings > Settings
- In the Other section, click Member metadata.
- Choose from Cost center, organization, division, or department.
- Figma will show this data in the Members tab. You'll be able to sort your member list based on this column.
- Click to submit a request to Delete user data in the organization.
- Click to submit a request to Delete the entire organization.