How Do I Check My Figma History?

Checking your Figma history is a great way to keep track of the progress you have made, and to find out what you need to do next. It can be used to review your work, or simply to get an idea of what you have accomplished so far. Fortunately, Figma provides an easy way for users to check their history.

Step 1: To access your Figma history, click the “History” tab in the left-hand side panel. This will open a new window which will show all of the changes that have been made to your project since it was created. It will also list any comments that have been made on the project.

Step 2: You can also use the “Search” field in the top right corner of the window to quickly find specific changes in your project’s history. Simply type in a keyword or phrase into this field and it will show all relevant results.

Step 3: You can also review specific versions of a file by using the “Version” dropdown menu at the top-right corner of the window. This menu allows you to select from existing versions, so you can easily compare them side-by-side or view older versions if needed.

Step 4: Finally, if you want to restore an older version of a file, simply click on it in your History tab and then select “Revert.” This will restore that version of the file as if no changes had been made since then.

Checking your Figma history is simple and easy thanks to its intuitive user interface. All you need to do is click on the “History” tab, use the search field or version dropdown menu, and then revert any changes as needed. With this feature at your disposal, keeping track of progress in Figma has never been easier!