How To Undo In Figma

Figma is a popular interface design tool widely used among UX/UI designers. It is known for its collaborative nature, real-time design, and prototyping. However, as with any other digital tool, mistakes are inevitable. Hence, the need to undo actions becomes crucial. In this blog post, we will guide you step-by-step on how to undo in Figma.

Undoing Actions in Figma

Undoing an action in Figma is quite straightforward and doesn’t require any technical knowledge. Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Select the action you want to undo.
  2. Using your keyboard, press the keys Ctrl + Z on Windows or Cmd + Z on Mac. This will undo the most recent action.

Remember, Figma allows multiple undos, which means you can press the undo shortcut keys multiple times to undo several actions.

Using the Menu to Undo

If you are more comfortable using the menu, you can also undo an action using the Figma menu. Follow these steps:

  1. Click on the Edit option on the menu.
  2. Select the Undo option from the dropdown menu.
    // Figma menu navigation
    Edit > Undo

Note that the menu also provides the shortcut keys next to the Undo command for easy reference.

What if You Accidentally Undo?

Did you accidentally undo an action? No worries, Figma got you covered. You can redo the action you just undid. Simply press Ctrl + Shift + Z on Windows or Cmd + Shift + Z on Mac.


Undoing and redoing actions in Figma is a breeze. The easy-to-use interface coupled with simple shortcut keys makes the process very convenient. So next time you make a mistake in your design, remember, you are just a shortcut away from correcting it!