Developers can create plugins with parameters which allow plugins to accept user input from the quick actions menu. Adding parameters to your plugin means you don't need to build a custom UI. It also provides a streamlined experience for users of the plugin, who can run a plugin directly from the quick actions menu. Learn more about quick actions →
This plugin creates a shape on the canvas. It has no UI and can only be run via the quick actions menu (Mac) ⌘+/ (Windows) Ctrl+/. A user can select a shape type for the
Shape parameter, then input number values for the
Height parameters to define the shape's dimensions.
Make plugins with parameters
Anyone can develop a plugin with parameters. If you're new to developing plugins, learn how to make plugins for the Figma Community.
Figma's developer platform provides a detailed setup guide for the plugin API. If you're ready to start building, read the developer documentation →
Use plugins with parameters
Anyone can install and run a plugin and use its parameters.
Users on the Organization plan can publish plugins with parameters to their Organization privately.
Publish plugins with parameters
New plugins that are parameter-only
Plugins that only use parameters (those without a user interface outside of quick actions) can be published to the community and will be approved according to our plugin review guidelines.