Can You See Who Viewed Your Figma File?

If you’re a Figma user, you may have asked yourself – can I see who viewed my Figma file? The answer is both yes and no. On the one hand, it’s possible to see who has opened your file, but on the other hand, it’s not possible to view a detailed list of who has viewed the file.

In order to see which users have opened your Figma file, you will need to go into the ‘Share’ tab of the file. Once there, you will be able to see how many views your file has had in total as well as how many unique users have viewed the file.

You will also be able to see when each user last opened up the file and from what type of device or platform they accessed it from. However, this information does not provide any insight into who exactly these users are – only that someone with a certain IP address or device type has been viewing your Figma file.

If you need more detailed information about who is viewing your files in Figma, then unfortunately there isn’t an easy way for you to get this information currently. You could try looking at analytics tools such as Google Analytics or Kissmetrics which can track visitors on websites and apps but these won’t provide any insight into activity within Figma itself. There are also some third-party services such as Visitor Analytics that offer similar functionality but they won’t be able to tell you specifically who has been viewing your files in Figma either.

It’s also worth noting that if someone has shared a link or embed code for your Figma project with others then those viewers won’t show up in the ‘Share’ tab either as they are not actually accessing the file directly from within Figma itself.

Overall, it is possible to track views on your Figma files but there is no way of getting detailed information about exactly who these viewers are without using an external analytics service or third-party tool.

Conclusion: In conclusion, while it is possible to view how many people have opened up a particular Figma project and when they last did so – there isn’t currently any way of seeing exactly who these people are without using an external analytics service or third-party tool.