How Do I View a Presentation in Figma?

Figma is a powerful, cloud-based design tool that allows teams to collaborate in real time. With Figma, you can create designs for web and mobile applications, websites, logos and more. The platform also offers a great way to present your designs to stakeholders or potential clients with its built-in presentation feature.

When it comes to presenting your designs in Figma, the process is quite simple. All you need to do is select the frames you want to present and click the “Present” button in the top right corner of the page.

This will open a new tab with all of your selected frames displayed in order. You can also choose a specific frame or range of frames you want to present by using the “Range” dropdown menu.

In the presentation tab, there are several tools which make it easy for you to customize your presentation. You can adjust the size of each frame by dragging its sides or corners.

You can also add notes or comments to each frame which will be visible when you are presenting it. Additionally, if you have any audio files associated with your presentation, you can easily add them as well.

Once your presentation is ready, click the “Share” button at the top right corner of the screen and choose whether to share as a link via email or social media or generate an embed code for website embedding. Once generated, anyone with access to the link will be able to view your presentation either on their computer or mobile device.

Presenting designs in Figma is an easy and effective way for teams and stakeholders to get a better understanding of your work without having to be physically present in front of them. By taking advantage of Figma’s built-in tools and features, designers can quickly create beautiful presentations that will impress their audience without spending too much time on it.

Conclusion: To view a presentation in Figma, first select all frames that should be included and click on the “Present” button located at the top right corner of the page. From there, customize each frame using tools such as resize and adding notes or audio files if needed before sharing it via link or embed code so others can easily view it from any device.