How Do I Access My Drafts on Figma?

Figma is an online design and prototyping tool that makes collaboration easier for designers and developers. It’s an excellent resource for teams to quickly prototype and collaborate on projects, as well as create designs from scratch.

A key feature of Figma is its ability to save drafts of your work. Drafts allow you to quickly save changes you make to a project without committing them, enabling you to quickly review and refine your ideas without the risk of permanently changing the project.

Accessing your drafts in Figma is easy. First, open the project you’d like to view drafts for.

Then, click on the File dropdown menu in the top left corner, followed by “Manage Drafts”. From here, you can view a list of all existing drafts in the project. You can also create new drafts by clicking “Create New Draft” in the bottom right corner.

If you need to access a draft that isn’t currently visible in the list, click “Load Draft” at the top of the page. This will open a window where you can search for any saved draft by name or date created. You can also filter by label (if applicable) and project owner.

Once you have accessed a draft, you can make changes to it without impacting your current design or project progress. If you need to restore an older version of a file or revert back to an earlier version of your design, opening up a draft allows you to do just that.


Accessing your saved drafts in Figma is easy and straightforward; simply open up your desired project and click on the File dropdown menu followed by “Manage Drafts”. From here, you can view or create new drafts as well as access older ones via “Load Draft” if they are not already visible in the list.