Figma is a powerful design and collaboration tool that is rapidly gaining popularity among designers, developers, and project managers. It’s also becoming increasingly popular with Atlassian users. In this article, we’ll explore what Figma is, how it works with Atlassian tools, and if it can be considered an Atlassian product.
What Is Figma?
Figma is a cloud-based design and collaboration tool that enables teams to work together in real-time on the same project. It provides features such as an intuitive UI for creating designs, a library of components for drag-and-drop design elements, the ability to preview changes in real-time and comment on them, and more. It also integrates with other popular software tools such as Slack, Jira, Confluence, Microsoft Office365, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Google Drive.
How Does Figma Work With Atlassian Tools?
Figma integrates with several popular Atlassian tools including Jira Software Cloud (JSC), Confluence Cloud (CC), Bitbucket Cloud (BBC) and Hipchat. For example, users can link their Figma designs directly to JSC issues or CC pages so they are kept up to date when changes are made. They can also easily sync designs into BBC repositories or Hipchat conversations.
Is Figma an Atlassian Product?
No – while Figma does integrate with several of Atlassian’s popular tools such as Jira Software Cloud (JSC) and Confluence Cloud (CC), it is not an official Atlassian product. However, the integration between Figma and these tools makes it easier for teams using multiple products from both companies to collaborate effectively.
No – while Figma does have some useful integrations with many of Atlassian’s popular tools such as Jira Software Cloud (JSC) and Confluence Cloud (CC), it is not an official product of the company.