We badly need this feature in Figma. The time tracking feature allows designers to keep track of how much time they spend on each design project. For all product designers, it is incredibly helpful. Investors will occasionally demand to know how much time was spent on their project. That’s why we need this feature in Figma.
While Figma does not currently have a built-in time tracking feature, there are a few workarounds that you can use to track your time while working on design projects in Figma.
One option is to use a third-party time tracking tool, such as Toggl or Harvest, to track your time while working in Figma. These tools often have integrations with other apps, including Figma, which allows you to track your time without leaving Figma.
Another option is to create a custom time tracking system within Figma itself. You could create a separate page or artboard in your Figma file where you log the start and end times of each design project, as well as any notes or details about the project. This will require some manual effort on your part, but it can be an effective way to keep track of your time without relying on external tools.