Plugins are third-party scripts or applications that extend the functionality of Figma or FigJam. Use plugins to customize your experience or create more efficient workflows in Figma design or FigJam files.
Each plugin has a listing with information about the plugin, including instructions for use and a detailed version history.
Interested in making plugins for Figma and FigJam? Figma's plugin API supports both read and write functions, allowing you to view and edit existing layers as well as create new ones.
Search and browse plugins built by creators from the community. There are a couple of ways to search and browse plugins.
In the file
Access plugins from the Figma Community directly from your Figma design and FigJam files.
- Right-click the canvas.
- Select Browse plugins in Community. This will open Figma Community in a separate tab where you can search and browse plugins in the Figma Community ↓
Use the toolbox in the FigJam toolbar to find plugins made for FigJam.
- Open the toolbox. There are several ways to do this:
- Click on the bottom toolbar, then click Plugins
- Right-click the board > Plugins > Browse plugins
- File menu > Plugins > Browse plugins
- Using quick actions > Browse plugins
- From the Plugins tab:
- Use the Recents section to find plugins you've installed that work in FigJam. These will be sorted based on your recently used plugins.
- Click See all for a category to explore Community plugins.
- Use the Search bar to find specific plugins by name or creator.
- Click on the plugin to view a description of the plugin.
Find plugins in the Figma Community through browsing or using the search bar. Guide to Figma Community →
Plugins in the Figma Community will note if the plugin was made for Figma design, FigJam, or both:
- Made for Figma design
- Made for FigJam
- Works everywhere
Browse the Community in your browser, Figma desktop app, or mobile web:
Select Community in the left sidebar, or visit figma.com/community/plugins.
Select the Plugin pill at the top.
Click Figma design or FigJam categories to narrow down your options.
Open the account switcher in the top-right corner and select Plugins, or visit figma.com/community/plugins.
Use the Community's Search bar for specific plugins by keyword or category, explore popular plugins, or find plugins from creators you follow.
Select Plugins to filter your results to Community files.
From the Figma community, click on the plugin name to open the plugin page and learn more about it. From the plugin page you can:
- Install the plugin on your account
- Click ♡ to like the plugin.
- Check if the plugin was made for Figma design, made for FigJam, or if it works everywhere.
- Select tag to explore other Community files and plugins that use the same tag.
- View updates, bug fixes and improvements in the plugin's Version history.
- Reach out to the plugin developer or get help using the Support contact (Figma is not able to provide support for specific plugins).
Install a Plugin
When you install a plugin, you will be able to run the plugin in files in your drafts, as well as within team files.
Figma links any plugins you install to your Figma account. If you've added profile connections, installing a plugin will install the plugin on your connected accounts.
- Open the plugin's listing.
- Click the Install button in the top-right corner.
- Figma will add the plugin to your account and the plugin will show as Installed. Manage installed plugins →
Install a plugin from your search results, from within the Figma Community or via universal search.
- Find the plugin you want to install.
- Click ↓ Install on the plugin.
- Figma will add the plugin to your account.
In the file (FigJam only)
- Open the toolbox and click Plugins.
- Click Run next to the plugin to install it
Note: If you run an uninstalled plugin in a FigJam file, the plugin will automatically be installed.