What Can Figma Admins See?

Figma Admins are an important part of any team that uses the Figma Design and Collaboration platform. They are responsible for overseeing the overall design process, and ensuring the project remains on track and meets the needs of the team. As an admin, they can view all changes made to a file, as well as comments made by other users. They can also lock files, restrict access to certain users, and set up user roles.

Admins have access to all files within a team, including both shared projects as well as personal ones. They can see all activity related to a project, such as who made what changes or who left comments. This helps them keep track of progress and address any issues quickly. With this information, admins can also take corrective action if needed.

Admins are also able to set up user roles within a team. This allows them to tailor each user’s access based on their role in the project. For example, an admin may choose to give some users full access to all files while restricting certain users from viewing certain files or making changes to them. This helps ensure that no one has too much control over a project and keeps everyone on the same page with regards to tasks and goals.

In addition to managing user permissions, admins can also monitor how people are using Figma by tracking their activities such as how often they log in or how much time they spend working on a particular task. This information is valuable when it comes to assessing performance and understanding how effective Figma is being used within a team environment.

Overall, Figma Admins play an important role in ensuring teams use Figma effectively and efficiently while maintaining control over their projects. They have access to all activity related to a project including who makes what changes or who leaves comments, so they can stay on top of progress and intervene if needed.


Figma Admins have extensive visibility into their teams’ activities both in terms of user permissions as well as activity tracking; they are able to view all changes made to files, lock files or restrict access for certain users, set up user roles for different levels of permission control, monitor logins and time spent working on tasks – ultimately allowing them full control over their projects.