Mass selecting elements in Figma can be a pain. Especially with the new changes to auto-layout sometimes elements will get nested 4 or 5 frames deep. In Sketch, you can press Cmd+Opt while dragging to select a group of objects. When you do this it will only select elements completely within the drag area. This makes mass selecting way more powerful. I’d love to see Figma copy it or come up with something better.
It’s seems like it’s an existing Figma feature : Cmd+drag
CMD+drag is great. But if you have overlapping elements it will select whatever touches the bounding box. My proposal is a way to select only objects that are completely inside the bounds. This would help you avoid unintentional selections. If you have Sketch you should give it a try. It’s a game changer.
I really need this! I have asked all my designer friends, and they need it too
I need the feature from Sketch, where you can select only objects entirely contained in the selected area. In Sketch you hold option while draging, and then you could get only the objects you want even if some elements are partly overlapping.
This is an great example: Search for “Sketch shortcut: Precise selection” on this page
Yes! please make this feature available! it’s a day to day struggle when creating complicated components.
I literally need this. Please @Figma, implement this as soon as possible!