If you are a designer working with Figma, you may want to turn off the Snap to Grid option. This will help you place objects in a more precise manner, allowing for more accurate design. Turning off Snap to Grid is easy and can be done in just a few steps.
Step 1: Launch the Figma application and open the project that you want to make changes to. Select the object that you want to move without being snapped to a grid.
Step 2: Drag the object across your design space until it reaches the desired position. Once it is in place, click on it and click on “Object Settings” from the right-side panel.
Step 3: Under “Object Settings”, find the “Snap To Grid” option which should be set to “On” by default. Click on it and switch it off. You can now move objects freely without being snapped into a grid.
Step 4: If you want all objects in your project to not snap into a grid, go back to “Object Settings” and look for an option called “Enable Global Snap To Grid”. By default, this should be turned on but if you turn it off, no objects will snap into a grid.
So with these four simple steps, you can easily turn off Snap To Grid in Figma. This will help provide more precise placement of objects and give you better control over your design elements for more accurate results.