This is a really necessary feature!
This is the first thing I’ve felt I’ve needed from Figma/Figjam and I’m glad there’s so many others feel the same. It would make like so much easier!
Push, push. This is the one feature that would make our entire company switch from Miro to FigJam. Outdated designs are a huge problem and FigJam would be a great place to explain flows and let everyone contribute.
Boosting this thread!! Without the ability to sync design changes to existing flows, FigJam is pointless. My team will be sticking with Miro.
Really, this is a no-brainer. I was assuming that it was already possible, otherwise why should anyone put up with FigJam limitations? Please make this feature a high priority, otherwise we will have to go back to Miro, and keep our mock-ups in sync manually! Also, consider that designs pasted into a FigJam file could easily belong to different Figma files.
Without this Feature we our whole company will continue using Miro…
agree, usually use miro instead of FigJam
@Vanessa_Van_Schyndel; we definitely need this feature. It could be an extremely elegant Figma/FigJam workspace feature. And a great way for designers to prepare FigJams, where we can give more context on edge cases / how certain features should work - for handoff’'s to developers & communication and alignment with other stakeholders. Making changes to designs in Figma, will sync perfectly with FigJam (when you say so). Who needs Google Slides or Miro when we could have this?
Hmmm, sound like this can be a weekend project for me, this can be done with some workarounds. Basically, the plugins must be both open from the FigJam and Figma files (only one person is enough) to keep the two in sync, without this, the changes will be messed up as Figma doesn’t store object modification time in their API (correct if im wrong)
A million times over, yes! But should be optional.
Bumping this again! Really hoping we’ll see this feature soon!
Another bump from me - some other flow tools can do this (with Figma designs as a basis) so it only seems natural that FigJam should be able to do this too.