How Do I Delete a Flow on Figma?

Figma is a powerful UI design tool that allows users to collaborate in real-time on projects. It has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and it’s easy to see why.

Figma is an excellent tool for designing user interfaces and creating prototypes quickly and easily. However, as with any software, there are times when you need to delete something that you have created in Figma. Deleting a Flow on Figma is not difficult but may take some practice to get it done correctly.

When creating a Flow on Figma, it is important to remember that Flows are made up of multiple Frames. If you want to delete a Flow on Figma, you will need to delete all of the Frames associated with that Flow first.

To do this, select the Frame(s) you wish to delete by clicking and dragging across them within the Flow view. Then, press the “Delete” button or hit “Backspace” on your keyboard.

Once all of the Frames associated with the Flow have been deleted, select the Flow itself by clicking on its name in the left-hand sidebar. This will highlight it in blue and bring up two options in the bottom right corner – “Edit” and “Delete”. Click on “Delete” and confirm that you would like to remove this Flow from your project.

Note: Deleting a Flow will also delete any comments or notes associated with it.


Deleting a Flow in Figma is simple once you know how. By following these steps – selecting all of the Frames associated with the Flow first, then selecting the Flow itself and finally pressing “Delete” – you can easily remove Flows from your project without any hassle.