If you’re on the Organization plan, you can import password-protected Figma files.
During the import, you’ll need to input the prototype password. Testers will also need to copy and paste the password before accessing the prototype.
Who can use this feature
Testing password-protected Figma files is available to users on the Organization plan.
- Incognito mode is not supported. If participants open the maze in an incognito window, they’ll be able to input the password, but they won’t have access to the prototype.
- Safari is not fully supported. Instead, participants should use Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.
- You must be an Editor in Figma to import a password-protected prototype.
Importing a password-protected prototype
To import a password-protected prototype:
- Add a prototype test block and import your Figma prototype.
- If a password-protected link is detected, you'll be prompted to enter the password before importing.
Interacting with a password-protected prototype
- Incognito mode is not supported.
- Safari is not fully supported. To test password-protected prototypes, participants should use Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.
Here’s how a password-protected prototype looks like to testers:
- Upon starting the mission, participants will see a screen warning them that the prototype is password-protected. They must click the Copy button to copy the password, before clicking Continue.
- A Figma pop-up will open. In this pop-up, participants should paste the password copied in the previous step and click Continue.
- Once that is done, they’ll be able to interact with the screens to complete the task.