How Do I Merge Figma Projects?

Figma is an incredibly popular design tool that allows users to create and collaborate on projects in real-time. It has become a go-to for product and UX teams all over the world, and its ability to keep everyone on the same page makes it invaluable.

One of the great features of Figma is its ability to merge projects. This allows you to combine multiple projects into one, making it easier to manage, share, and work on.

Merging Figma projects can be done in a few simple steps:

Step 1: Make sure all projects are in the same workspace. To do this, select the project you want to merge and open it up in Figma.

Then select “Move” from the right-hand side menu and choose which workspace you want it moved into. Do this for all projects you want to merge together.

Step 2: Open up the first project you want merged into the main project. Select “Merge” from the right-hand side menu then click “Merge from…” at the bottom of the popup window. Select which project you want merged from the list of available options and click “Merge” at the bottom of that window as well.

Step 3: Repeat step 2 for any other projects you want included in your merged project. Each time you select “Merge” a new window will appear allowing you to choose which project should be added next. Once all desired projects have been added, click “Done” at the bottom of the last window.

Step 4: Your merged project will now appear in your workspace with all components included from each individual project combined into one single document that can be shared with others or edited by multiple people at once! To keep everything organized, double-check that all components have been properly labeled as some may need renaming after merging.


Merging Figma projects is a great way to keep complex designs organized and ensure everyone involved is always working off of updated information. By following these four easy steps, anyone can quickly combine multiple projects into one convenient document.