TL;DR: Changes highlighted in version history snapshots.
Scenario: I am working on a file with other designers and want to know what someone else did in the same file. I can pull up older version history, and see that someone else worked on the file on any date, but other than doing a visual comparison against a version that I worked on before to spot differences, I don’t know what they did. That leaves lots of room for missing something…
As a collaboration tool, it would be very helpful if Figma did something similar with the history snapshots that a certain company (that rhymes with “poodle”) does with their Docs free online document editor.
In the the case of Figma, when a collaborator looks at a snapshot in the version history it would highlight things that were changed in that version. It does not have to be every minute change so much, but things such as highlighting a layer that had changes made to it. Highlighting new frames that were created.
Then bringing the screen focus to zoom in, or zoom out to include those highlighted areas. The highlight color would be assigned to a collaborator.