Who Can See My Drafts in Figma?

Figma is a powerful design and collaboration platform for teams around the world. It provides an efficient way to create, collaborate, and manage designs from anywhere. One of the features of Figma is the ability to create drafts that can be saved and shared at any time. So, who can see my drafts in Figma?

Drafts in Figma are private by default. This means that only the person who created the draft will be able to see it. However, users have the option to share their drafts with others on their team or with clients they are working with. Drafts that are shared can be viewed by anyone with whom they are shared with, but they will not be visible to anyone outside of those people.

In addition to sharing drafts, users can also choose to publish them so everyone can view them. Published drafts will show up in the project’s “Published” tab, where anyone on the team can view them. Users also have the option to make their published drafts public so they can be viewed by anyone who has access to the internet.

For added security, users also have control over who has access to their published drafts. They can set permissions for each member of their team so only certain people have access to certain parts of a project or certain drafts.

In conclusion, when it comes to viewing drafts in Figma, only those with whom they are shared or those with permission have access. For added security, users have control over which members of their team have access to which parts of a project or which published drafts they can view.