How Do You Copy a Figma Project?

If you’re a designer, then you know that Figma is one of the most popular design tools available today. It’s an incredibly powerful and versatile platform for creating user interfaces and visual designs for websites, apps, and other digital products. But did you know that it’s also possible to copy a Figma project from one account to another?

Copying a project from one Figma account to another is actually quite simple. All you need to do is go to the project settings in the account where the original project is located. From there, click on the “Share” tab and enter the email address of the person or team who will receive the copied version of your project.

Once they have accepted your invitation, they will be able to access your project in their own Figma workspace. They will also be able to make changes and collaborate with you on the design without affecting your original version.

If you want to share a specific page or prototype from your project, there are two ways to do this. The first is by opening up the page or prototype in Figma and clicking on the “Share” button in the top right corner of your screen. This will give you a unique link that can be shared with anyone who needs access to it.

The second method is by selecting “Export” from the File menu at the top of your screen. This will allow you to save either an image file or PDF copy of any page or prototype in your project for easy sharing.


Copying a Figma project from one account to another can open up new possibilities for collaboration and iteration on designs. Whether it’s sharing an entire project or just a specific page or prototype within it, using either the “Share” feature or exporting images/PDFs makes it quick and easy. So next time you need to share something with someone else, don’t forget about Figma!