How Do You Select All Prototype Links in Figma?

Prototype links in Figma help designers to quickly and easily link artboards together to create a clickable prototype. They are the foundation of any prototype, allowing the user to navigate between artboards and experience their design.

However, selecting all prototype links in Figma can be a time-consuming task.

Fortunately, there are a few ways to select all prototype links in Figma. The first is to use the search bar located at the top of the canvas.

Here, you can type “prototype link” or “link” and all of your existing prototype links will appear in the search results list. You can then select them all by clicking on each one or by selecting them with the command/control+A shortcut.

The second way is to use Figma’s layer selection tool. This tool is hidden away under the View menu at the top of the canvas and allows you to select specific layers or layer types from your design file. To select all existing prototype links, simply click on “Prototype Links” from the selection menu and they will become highlighted on your canvas.

The third method is to use Figma’s built-in keyboard shortcuts. By pressing Shift+Ctrl+L, you can quickly select all active prototype links in your file. This method is particularly useful if you are working with multiple artboards as it saves you from having to manually click on each individual link.

Using any of these methods should make it much easier for designers to quickly and easily select all their existing prototype links in Figma.

Conclusion: Selecting all existing prototype links in Figma can be a tedious task, but there are several ways that make this process much simpler. Using either the search bar, layer selection tool or keyboard shortcuts should make it easier for designers to quickly find and select their existing prototype links with minimal effort.