How To Link Pages In Figma

In modern design workflows, Figma has become an indispensable tool. One of its numerous features is the ability to link pages within a project. This feature is especially useful when you are prototyping and need to simulate the flow from one screen to another. In this blog post, we will guide you on how to link pages in Figma effectively.

Step 1: Open your Figma file

The first step is to open the Figma file where you want to link pages. You should see a list of all the pages in the project on the left side of the screen. If you don’t have any pages yet, you can create a new one by clicking on the ‘+’ icon next to the ‘Pages’ section.

Step 2: Go to Prototype mode

Once you have your pages ready, the next step is to switch to the Prototype mode. You can do this by clicking on the ‘Prototype’ tab located at the top right corner of the screen.

Step 3: Select the object to link

In Prototype mode, select the object you want to use as a link. This could be a button, an image, or any other object in your design. Once you select an object, you will see a circular node appear. This is the ‘Connection’ node.

Step 4: Link to another page

Click and drag the ‘Connection’ node to the page you want to link to. When you release the mouse, a ‘Interaction’ window will pop up. Here, you can set the interaction details like the trigger type, action type, animation and more. Once you’ve made your selections, click on ‘Done’ to save the interaction.

Step 5: Test your link

Finally, to test your link, go to the ‘Present’ mode by clicking on the ‘Present’ button at the top right corner of the screen. Click on the object you linked and see if it takes you to the correct page.

    // Example of interaction details

    Trigger: On Click
    Action: Navigate to
    Destination: Page 2
    Animation: Smart animate

And there you go! You have successfully linked pages in Figma. This simple yet powerful feature is a game-changer when it comes to creating seamless user flows and interactive prototypes. Feel free to experiment with different actions and animations to improve the user experience of your designs.

Happy designing!