Where Are My Figma Files?

If you are a designer who has used Figma, you know that it is incredibly powerful and versatile. It’s a great tool for creating web and mobile interfaces, as well as creating designs for print. But where do your Figma files go once you have finished working on them?

The answer to this question is relatively simple: your Figma files are stored in the cloud. Every time you save changes to a file, it is uploaded to the cloud automatically. This means that all of your work is always accessible from any device with an internet connection.

When you create a new Figma file, it is stored in the My Files folder in the cloud. You can access this folder from within the Figma app or from the website. From here, you can view, edit, and delete files as needed.

If you want to share your Figma files with others, you can do this by clicking on the “Share” button in the top right corner of each file page. This will open a dialogue box which allows you to enter emails or share links with other users so they can view or edit your work.

In addition to being stored in the My Files folder, any Figma files that are part of a team project will also be stored in the Team Library. This library can be accessed by all members of the team and contains all of their collective work on a project.

Finally, if you need to restore an older version of a Figma file, simply click on the “History” button which appears at the top right corner of each file page. Here, you will see all versions of your file that have been saved since its creation date.


Figma has made it easy for designers to collaborate and share their work with others without having to worry about where their files are stored or how they can access them. All of your Figma files are stored securely in the cloud and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection.