Figma is a design platform for teams who build products together. Born on the Web, Figma helps the entire product team create, test, and ship better designs, faster.
We believe design is most successful when it is open, accessible, and connected to the tools that enable the broader product team - such as Jira and Trello. Which is why we’ve long supported the ability to embed public Figma files in both platforms.
But we’ve heard from many of you that embedded Figma files would be much more useful if they didn’t need to be made public to be supported. Today we’re excited to be announcing support for private Figma file embeds in Trello and Jira.
By bringing live embeds of Figma files into Trello and Jira, product teams can stay in context and rest assured knowing they’re always referencing the latest designs. And unlike screenshots, these live embeds update in real time to reflect changes made in the design file - no maintenance required.
How Figma embeds work in Jira
How Figma embeds work in Trello
The Figma Power-Up for Trello uses OAuth to verify access. Once users enable the Power-Up and allow Trello to access their Figma account, they will able view embeds in Trello on an ongoing basis. The Figma Power-Up allows them to share and view public or private Figma files in their Trello boards.
Figma embeds streamline project communication, simplify handoff, and eliminate the overhead that comes with finding and sharing the latest design files.
Try them out and let us know what you think!
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