Library updates by page and/or versioning the libraries

  1. Problem: We define a userflow by each page on a Figma file, separated from the Design System Library. When we make changes on the DS, if we update the separated file, all components in that file will be updated.

1.1 Extending the problem: Imagine a case where developers are working on a userflow in the actual sprint, but designers are working on an updated version of that same flow, or a related flow, where component updates are needed.

  1. Suggestion: would be great to be able to update the components by page, as well as by library history version.

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Each web page on our site is given a separate file in Figma. Within each file, each revision is given its own page. I’d like to create new versions of the page that include the latest library / component updates, but leave previous revisions untouched for an accurate snapshot.

Originally suggested by: Figma Support Forum - Figma Support Forum in September '21:

  1. Problem: We define a userflow by each page on a Figma file, separated from the Design System Library. When we make changes on the DS, if we update the separated file, all components in that file will be updated.

1.1 Extending the problem: Imagine a case where developers are working on a userflow in the actual sprint, but designers are working on an updated version of that same flow, or a related flow, where component updates are needed.

  1. Suggestion: would be great to be able to update the components by page, as well as by library history version.

+1 to have the posibility to choose what version of my library apply in my document. Or choose a branch of the library that apply to my document