How To Redo In Figma

Figma, an exceptional design tool used by designers worldwide, is known for its functionality and user-friendly interface. If you’ve used Figma, you might’ve made some errors and wanted to redo them. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of redoing actions in Figma.

Redo Shortcut Key

The easiest and quickest way to redo an action in Figma is by using a shortcut key. On a Windows system, the shortcut key for redo is Shift + Ctrl + Z. Meanwhile, if you are a Mac user, you can redo by pressing Shift + Command + Z.

Redo from Edit Menu

If you are not a fan of shortcut keys or perhaps you forgot the combination, don’t worry! You can still redo actions from the Edit menu. Here’s how:

  1. Click on the ‘Edit’ option on the menu at the top of the screen.
  2. From the dropdown menu, select ‘Redo’.

This will reverse your last ‘Undo’ action.

Redo with Version History

Figma also has an exceptional feature known as ‘Version History’. This feature allows you to view all the changes that have been made to the design file. If you want to go back to a previously saved version of your design, this feature will be highly useful.

Here’s how to redo using version history:

  1. Click on the ‘File’ option on the top menu.
  2. Select ‘Version History’ from the dropdown menu.
  3. A sidebar will appear on the right side of the screen displaying all the previous versions of your design.
  4. Select the version you want to revert back to and click ‘Restore this Version’.

In conclusion, Figma provides several methods to redo actions, making it easy for users to correct mistakes and revert back to previous versions. It’s just a matter of your personal preference which method you find the most convenient!