How Do I Delete a Prototype Link in Figma?

Figma is a powerful design and prototyping tool used by teams to collaborate on their projects together. It is a great way to quickly create designs, prototype them, and then share them with others to get feedback. It also allows users to easily delete any unwanted links that have been created in the process.

In order to delete a prototype link in Figma, you will need to open the project you want to edit. Once the project is open, select the “Prototype” tab from the left-hand side of the screen.

This will bring up a list of all of the prototype links that have been created for this project. Each link will be listed with its name, its URL, and an option to delete it.

To delete a prototype link, simply hover your mouse over it and click on the “trash can” icon that appears next to it. This will remove the link from your project and no longer show up in your list of prototypes.

It is important to note that removing a link does not delete any of the associated content or design elements from your project. It simply removes the connection between two pages or views within your project.

If you need to restore a deleted link, you can do so by clicking on the “restore” button at the bottom of your list of prototypes.

Deleting a prototype link in Figma is an easy process that only takes a few clicks. All you need to do is open up your project, select the Prototype tab from the left-hand side of your screen and then locate and click on the “trash can” icon next to any unwanted links. Doing so will remove them from your list while leaving all other content and design elements unaffected.