First, I’m happy about the opportunity where I can make an impact on this amazing product.
My idea is pretty simple but can make a huge difference in the way we share files with stakeholders and colleagues. I suggest adding the ability to give different access (viewer/editor) for pages within a Figma file.
Because in most cases, we’re trying to include a whole project, feature, or function, whether small or big, in one Figma file - it becomes a real pain-point if the lowest level of grant permissions it’s the file itself instead of the pages within the file.
I’m sure a lot in this community can agree with me that many times you gave people access - it was relevant to certain areas of the file, and less to other areas.
- I want to give content writers access to a specific page where they can edit and review content.
- I want to give developers access to a specific page where they can play with responsive layers and explore edge-cases.
- I want to leave experiments (Some would call it a playground, sandbox ) and previous versions to myself, to avoid background noises from the rest
The current situation is that I give everyone viewers access, each one of them looking for his relevant place among the information load and I avoid giving an editor access to prevent touching what they should not touch by mistake
What do you think about it?
Of course, feel free to vote if you agree with the idea.