If you use Figma to design and build your prototypes, you can import them into Maze to test your designs with users. Collect actionable design and usability insights to build better products. Simply copy the Figma prototype URL and paste it into Maze to start building your test.
In this article:
- Setting the correct share permissions in Figma
- Importing a Figma prototype into Maze
- Troubleshooting Figma importing issues
Setting the correct share permissions in Figma
To import a Figma prototype into Maze, you will need to set the permissions for your Figma file and prototype to Anyone with the link can view. Otherwise, the prototype preview will not load and testers won't be able to view your prototype in the test.
It's not currently possible to import password-protected share links into Maze. Before importing, make sure your Figma share links don't have password protection.
File sharing settings
- Open your Figma file.
- Click the Share button at the top right corner.
- Select Anyone with a link can view.
Prototype sharing settings
- In Figma, click the Play icon in the top menu of your Figma file to enter presentation mode.
- Click Share Prototype in the top right corner to create a share URL.
- Set the 'Link Sharing Settings' to Anyone with the link.
Copy the link to your clipboard.
Importing a Figma prototype into Maze
- Open Maze and follow the steps to create a project.
- Create a new maze inside your project.
- To test your Figma prototype, add a Mission block and paste your prototype link.
That's it! You can now start drafting your test with blocks of missions and questions. Happy testing!
Troubleshooting Figma importing issues
When importing Figma prototypes, you might see certain errors or warnings. Follow our advice for each of those errors to ensure your prototype works as expected in Maze.
- Why can't I find all screens from my prototype in Maze?
- Why is the fixed footer not displaying correctly in my maze test?
- Why am I seeing a "File is too large" warning when I import my Figma prototype?
- Why am I seeing a "Restricted Figma file" or a "The prototype is not available" error when I try to import my Figma prototype?
- Why am I seeing a "Missing screens or interactions" error when I try to import my Figma prototype?
- Why am I seeing a "Large frames" error when I import my Figma prototype?
- Why am I seeing a "Multiple pages" warning when I import my Figma prototype?
Still need help?
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