I am very pleased with the version history functionality as it allows me to work in a single file while maintaining my various iterations. I would like to work on upcoming versions in the same file but hidden from other viewers/editors. (not the prototype).
Therefore I would like to mark a certain version/iteration as the ‘current’ which is the version people see when they open the Figma file. However as an editor I want to create upcoming versions so I can work on them in advance, without the need to duplicate work.
I am used to something similar to this in ZeroHeight:
In Figma I have a version(1,2, …) of a design and an iteration (1.5, 1.6, …) and I would like to be able to work on the next version or iteration without people landing there.