How Do You Close All Groups in Figma?

Figma is a powerful collaborative design tool that allows you to create designs and collaborate with others in real-time. One of the features of Figma is the ability to group objects together in a project.

This allows you to organize your work into different sections and keep them organized for easier access. But when you’re done with a project, it’s important to close all of your groups so that your project doesn’t become cluttered and disorganized.

Closing all the groups in Figma is simple and straightforward. First, select all the objects in your project that are grouped together by selecting the group icon at the top of your window.

Then click on the ‘Close Group’ button at the top right corner of your window. This will close all of the groups currently open in your Figma document.

If you want to close only some of the groups in your document, you can use the ‘Group Selector’ tool in Figma. This tool will allow you to quickly select individual groups or several groups at once by simply clicking on them. Once you have selected the desired groups, press ‘Close Group’ again to close them.

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to close all groups quickly and efficiently. By pressing Shift + Command + G (on Mac) or Ctrl + Shift + G, (on Windows), you can quickly select all of your groups and press ‘Close Group’ again to close them all instantly.

In conclusion, closing all of your Figma groups is easy and efficient when done correctly. Selecting all the objects within a group or using the ‘Group Selector’ tool are great ways to quickly select multiple groups at once while keyboard shortcuts provide an even faster way to close all your projects efficiently.


Closing all of your Figma Groups is an easy task when done correctly.

You can select multiple Groups by selecting each one individually or by using the ‘Group Selector’ tool. Keyboard shortcuts provide an even faster way to close All Groups simultaneously with just one command.