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Prototyping: allow hiding blue highlights on interactive areas

I’d love to use Figma to run our usability tests. Unfortunately, whenever a user click on an area that cannot be interacted with, the prototype automatically highlights interactive areas.
This dramatically skews the results of our tests and forces us to use other softwares (Marvel app) to run usability tests.
Being able to run these tests directly on Figma prototypes would be a godsend (even more now that we have interactive components), all we need is an option to hide those blue highlights.

Is anyone using or dreaming to use Figma prototypes to run usability tests? Do you have any workaround on this?


You can do this by selecting the Options menu in the prototype and choosing to hide hotspot hints

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