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#10

Force an object to nest inside of a frame

While dragging an object, you can hold ⌘ (Mac) to force an object to nest inside of a frame.

To prevent an object from being nested, hold the Spacebar while dragging.

Credit @Figma

#09

Restore an earlier version

In Figma, we can go back in time to a previous version.

  1. Click chevron icon on top or go to File -> Show Version History
  2. Right-click on a version you want to restore
  3. Click Restore this version or “Duplicate” as a safer option.

#08

Paste image from our clipboard

  1. Build your layout block
  2. “⌘ + C” any image, or on web, right click and select “Copy image”
  3. Select your block, shape, vector.
  4. Press “⌘ + V” to paste image.
  5. Repeat as necessary

Credit @Figma

#07

Inserting multiple images into any shapes at once

  1. Press ”⌘ + Shift + K”
  2. Select your images
  3. Drop them on any type of layers

Credit @anronkai

#06

Quickly import any file or folder

Have a folder full of assets for your design?

Quickly import any file or folder into Figma with a single click and drag.

Credit @Figma

#05

Better visual with thumbnail for your figma file

Why is this important? - Visually pleasing!

  1. Create a cover photo
  2. Left click to set the frame as your thumbnail

Credit @Mag

#04

Ignore constraint settings while resizing a Frame

When resizing frames, hold Command (⌘) on macOS or Ctrl on Windows/Chrome OS to ignore constraint settings for all objects inside that frame.

Credit @Figma

#03

Responsive component with AutoLayout?

Set the children inside a frame with Auto Layout to stretch left and right (when vertical) or top and bottom (when horizontal).

Credit @Figma

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