How Do I Embed Figma to Confluence?

If you want to quickly share designs with your team and collaborate on them, one of the best ways to do so is by embedding Figma in Confluence. With this integration, you can easily present designs in a way that everyone can see and comment on them. Plus, you will be able to keep track of any changes made to the design and have an overview of who worked on it.

The first thing you need to do is link your Figma and Confluence accounts. This is easy to do – just go to your Confluence settings, click ‘Integrations’, select ‘Figma’ from the list, and click ‘Connect’. Once connected, any Figma projects that are shared with you will be displayed automatically.

Next, you need to open the Figma project you want to embed in Confluence. Once open, click on the ‘Share’ button at the top right corner of the page. Then select ‘Embed in Site’ from the list of options that appear. You will then be given a code which you can copy and paste into your Confluence page using the HTML macro.

Once done, it’s time to make sure everyone can see your design properly – for this, click on ‘Options’ next to the HTML macro embed code box and adjust any settings that are needed (such as size). Finally, hit ‘Save’ at the bottom of the page and your design should now be visible.


By following these simple steps, anyone can easily embed Figma into their Confluence pages so they can share their designs with their team and collaborate on them more effectively. This integration helps keep track of changes made as well as who worked on it – making it easier for teams to stay organized.