I’m trying to create a release note page inside a figma design file. This page contains the file thumbnail and links to previous iterations, change notes etc,
When I’m including a history link of a previous version of the same file, the url doesn’t work properly, instead of opening the historic state, it just opens the latest version.
The link is correct, if opened outside figma it will go to the right history version, but if it’s opened from the figma file it will just leads to the most recent version of a particular artboard.
As results users might confuse the changes to the design and might not be able to determine something new from something delivered. It also affects trust, my organisation needs to trust that figma is storing our files correctly. If we can’t trust that then it’s game over.
Anyone experienced this issue before?