Before you start
Who can use this feature
Supported on the Figma Organization plan
Organization admins can view member and guest activity.
Activity logs provide a record of how members and guests of your organization are using and interacting with files and shared resources.
- See who is accessing, copying and sharing files.
- Track changes made to teams.
- Track changes made to team, project and file permissions.
- View actions taken by specific members.
- Monitor changes to organization-level settings (made by organization admins).
- Identify and prevent misuse of any organization resources.
View activity logs
Organization admins are able to access activity logs in the Activity tab of the organization's Admin settings.
- From the file browser, select Admin settings under the Organization's name in the sidebar.
- Click the Activity header at the top of the screen to open the activity log.
- Use the fields to filter results by your desired criteria. Choose from:
- Member: Enter a person’s email address to view their activity.
- Date: Enter a start and end date to see results for a specific date range.
- Events: use the dropdown provided to select a specific type of event. Learn more about what Figma tracks ↓
- Team: Select a team to view activity within that specific team.
Tip! Admins can also view recent activity for a specific member or guest in the Members tab. If they click to see more activity, Figma will open the Activity tab with that person's email address already populated.
Export activity logs
You can export a copy of your activity logs, which includes all the data in your activity logs. This is great if you want to back up this information or dig further into events.
When you request a CSV export, Figma will ignore any filters you've applied and export your entire activity log for the selected date range.
- Enter a start and end date to see results for a specific date range.
- Click Request CSV in the top-right corner of the screen.
- Figma will download a CSV to your designated downloads folder.
There are a few different dates we reference in the CSV file:
- Last active: The date and time the user was last active in Figma. This is not specific to edit actions and includes activity in the file browser.
- Last edit: The date and time the user last took an edit action on a Figma file in the organization space. This includes files in a user's drafts.
- Last seen: The date and time the user last visited a Figma link.
Activity log events
Figma will record the following information, for every event that is added to the Activity Log. Figma records and logs events for a maximum of 365 days.
- Date and time the event occurred. All times are shown in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
- IP address of the related user
- User's actor Id. For example:
- A new file is created
- A file is viewed
- If you view a publicly accessible file
- A user deletes an existing file
- A file is moved between teams or projects
- A user views a Prototype
- A user exports content from a file
- A user duplicates a file
- A user's file permissions are changed
- A user's project permissions are changed
- Someone makes a file publicly accessible (link sharing)
- A user joins a team
- A user leaves a team
- A new team is created
- A team is deleted
- Any Admin or member logs in to or signs out of their Figma account.
Figma also records the following events made my organization admins:
- An admin changes the organization's membership settings, including changing the name, icon or any domains associated with the organization.
- An admin changes the organization's authentication settings. For example: when you enable or enforce log in via SAML SSO.
- An admin updates the permissions of a shared resource.
- An admin removes a member from the organization.
Note: There are a few events worth mentioning that Figma doesn't record:
- Any log in activities for guests of the organization.
- When a member closes a browser window or exits Figma without logging out.