Confluence is a popular collaboration tool used by teams and organizations of all sizes to document, organize, and share information. It’s also possible to embed files from Figma into Confluence pages.
Embedding a Figma file in Confluence allows users to quickly view design specs and make edits without ever leaving the page. This can be a great way to collaborate with team members who may not have access to Figma, or if you just need a quick way to check something without having to open an additional program.
To insert a Figma file into Confluence, you first need to find the URL of the file. You can do this by opening the file in Figma and clicking on the “Share” button in the upper right-hand corner of the window.
This will open up a popup where you can copy the link. Once you have copied it, you can paste it directly into your Confluence page.
Once you have pasted the URL into your Confluence page, you will see an embedded preview of your Figma file. This preview will be interactive and allow users to zoom in on specific parts of your design as well as click through different artboards or frames within your file. You can also edit any text layers directly within Confluence.
For more advanced features such as commenting or setting project specific permissions, you may need to use Figma’s native integration with Confluence instead of manually adding a link. To do this, simply click on the “+” icon at the top of any Confluence page and search for “Figma” in the search bar. Then follow the instructions provided by Figma’s integration panel.
Inserting a Figma file into Confluence is an easy process that allows users to quickly view design specs without ever leaving their current page. To do this manually, simply copy and paste the URL of your Figma file into your Confluence page. For advanced features such as commenting or setting project specific permissions, use Figma’s native integration with Confluence instead.