How To Navigate To Another Page In Figma

Figma is an adaptable tool for creating user interfaces. A major advantage of using Figma is its ability to work on numerous pages in a single file. Once you become familiar with navigating between these pages, you can efficiently organize your designs and enhance your workflow. This blog post will walk you through the steps of opening a different page in Figma.

Opening Figma

To begin, open Figma. You can do this by visiting the Figma website and signing into your account. If you don’t have a Figma account, you’ll need to create one.

Selecting a File

After logging into Figma, you’ll be taken to the file browser. From here, select the file that contains the page you want to navigate to. If you’re creating a new design, you’ll need to create a new file.

Navigating to a Different Page

Once you’re in your selected file, you’ll see a sidebar on the left. This is called the Layers Panel. At the top of the Layers Panel, you should see a dropdown menu. This is the Pages Panel. Click on this dropdown menu to see a list of all the pages in your current file.

To navigate to a different page, simply find the name of the page you want to switch to in the Pages Panel and click on it. You’ll immediately be taken to that page.

Creating a New Page

If you want to create a new page, you can do so by clicking on the ‘+’ icon next to the dropdown menu in the Pages Panel. This will create a new, blank page for you to work on.

Renaming a Page

If you want to rename a page, you can do so by right-clicking the page’s name in the Pages Panel and selecting ‘Rename’. Then, simply type the new name and press Enter.


Navigating between pages in Figma is easy once you get the hang of it. It’s a crucial skill to have if you’re working on larger projects, as it allows you to keep your designs organized and easily accessible. So go ahead, open Figma, and start navigating!


For more detailed information, you may refer to the official Figma documentation here.