How Do I Install Figma Plugins?

Installing plugins on Figma can be a great way to enhance your design workflow. Plugins provide an array of features and functions that can help you create better designs and collaborate more effectively with others. With Figma’s plugin system, it’s easy to find and install the plugins you need to make your design process faster and more efficient.

To get started, open up the Figma app and select ‘Plugins’ from the menu in the upper-right corner. This will bring up the Figma Plugin Manager, where you can browse for plugins by keyword or category.

Once you’ve found a plugin you want to install, click ‘Install’ on the plugin page. This will open a confirmation window for you to review before installing the plugin. Once confirmed, the plugin will be installed into your Figma account.

After installation is complete, you’ll find the plugin listed in your ‘Plugins’ section of the menu in the upper-right corner. To launch a plugin, just click on its name in this list. You will then be able to use any of its features or functions within Figma.

In addition to installing plugins through the Plugin Manager, you can also upload plugins directly from Github or other sources directly into Figma. To do this, simply go to ‘Manage Plugins’ in the Plugin Manager and click ‘Upload’. You’ll then be prompted to select a file from your computer or an external source.


Installing plugins for Figma is a simple process that requires only a few clicks of your mouse. With its intuitive interface and extensive selection of available plugins, it’s easy to find something that meets your needs and quickly get it up and running within your design workflow.