I m a UX researcher and my colleagues and I really love FigJam. It’s doing almost everything Miro does, except for Grid/table which we heavily use for all sorts of things (user journeys, heatmaps, comparison tables …). We would love it if a similar feature in FigJam was there because it would allow us to centralise design and research whiteboard all in Figma (which means less admin in linking boards and less fees for our team).
A very basic grid tool would do, really just a table that allows to add and align images and texts in cells.
Agreed! Dealbreaker feature gap between FigJam today and Miro.
Simple tables would be great to have to easily create a little more structure on the board.
Agreed, a table would be icing on the cake
for building this feature! Not to use for design, but to better integrate data, analysis, and other findings into our brainstorming.
Example: I’m currently doing a mini audit on competitors, and need to compare basic functionality. A table is the easiest way to display this information. Instead, I will need to create a horizontal group for each row, and hope that the spacing is easy to manage if I add more content in the future.
There’s a widget available in our community that may help:
The table widget is great for some uses, but doesn’t really solve my use case. I would like to use either tables or a grid to create more structure on a board for example to create swim lanes in user journeys, create columns for dividing topics in workshops, and least importantly simple stand-up boards.
Hi there! I often draw user flows and UML diagrams while doing my UX research. It would be nice to add tables with customised width, hight and quantities of rows and columns. Or maybe some templates for User flow