Figma is a powerful design tool used by many teams for UI/UX design and prototyping. It’s also a great way to communicate ideas quickly without having to write code.
But, what if you need to add your Figma designs to Jira? Fortunately, it’s easy to do and can be done in just a few steps.
The first step is to install the Figma integration plugin for Jira. This plugin allows users to upload their Figma designs directly into Jira, giving them the ability to easily share their work with colleagues and get feedback quickly.
Once the plugin is installed, users can start uploading their designs by selecting the “Figma” button in the “Attachments” section of an issue or comment.
Next, users will need to select a Figma project from which they want to upload designs. After doing so, they will be able to select individual frames from the project and upload them into Jira as attachments. This allows users to quickly upload multiple frames at once, making it easy for them to share their work with others in Jira.
Once uploaded, users can view the designs in both list and grid view and can even zoom in or out on specific elements. Additionally, they are able to comment on the designs directly from within Jira using inline comments or traditional comments.
Adding a Figma design into Jira is easy with the help of the Figma integration plugin. With this plugin, users can quickly upload their designs directly into issues or comments in Jira and view them in list or grid view with zooming capabilities.
Additionally, they are able to comment on these designs directly from within Jira using inline comments or traditional comments. This makes it easier than ever before for teams that rely on both tools for their workflow needs.