Can I Embed a Figma Prototype in PowerPoint?

Figma prototypes are a great way to present design ideas and concepts. But how do you embed a Figma prototype into a PowerPoint presentation?

The answer is yes, it is possible to embed a Figma prototype into PowerPoint. The process is very simple and straightforward. First, open the Figma Prototype in your browser. Then, copy the URL of the prototype from your browser’s address bar.

Next, open PowerPoint and go to Insert > Hyperlink (or press Ctrl+K). Paste the URL of the prototype into the Link field. Finally, click OK to insert the link into your presentation.

Once you have inserted the link, it will be clickable within your presentation. When you click on it, it will open up the Figma Prototype in a new browser window so that everyone can view and interact with it during your presentation.

Additional Tips for Embedding a Figma Prototype:

  • Keep It Simple: Make sure that your PowerPoint slide only has one link to the prototype so that viewers won’t get confused.
  • Make It Easy To Find: Place the link near the top of your slide or highlight it with an arrow or other visual cue.
  • Test It Out: If possible, test out your link before presenting by running through your presentation with someone else.


Yes, you can embed a Figma Prototype in PowerPoint by copying its URL and inserting it as a hyperlink in PowerPoint. By following these steps, you can easily make sure that everyone who sees your presentation can view and interact with your design ideas during your presentation.