How Do You Remove Flow Starting Points in Figma?

Flow starting points are an important part of the design process in Figma. They help designers create a consistent look and feel throughout their projects, and can be used to quickly move from one part of the design to another.

However, there may come a time when you need to remove flow starting points from your project. Fortunately, Figma makes it easy to do so.

Removing Flow Starting Points in Figma

The first step in removing flow starting points is to select the object that contains the flow starting point. This can be done by clicking on the object with your mouse or by using the selection tool.

Once selected, you should see a blue line indicating that this is a flow starting point. To delete it, simply click on it and press delete on your keyboard.

If you have multiple flow starting points that you want to delete at once, you can use the same method as above but instead of selecting each one individually, hold down Shift (or Command if you’re on Mac) and select all of them at once. When they’re all selected, press delete and they will all be removed.


Removing flow starting points in Figma is a simple process that only takes a few clicks. By selecting the objects containing the flow starting points and pressing delete on your keyboard, they will be removed from your project quickly and easily.