Leave no great ideas behind.

Work better together from concept to execution, with Coda + Figma.

Collaboration shouldn’t mean drowning in busywork.

Typing up stickies, copy-pasting plans, screenshotting designs, and sharing context can feel like a never-ending list of repetitive tasks.

Great ideas are just the start.

There’s nothing more energizing than a productive brainstorm. But even the best ideas can be forgotten if they’re not transformed into actionable plans.

Creative problem solving isn’t linear.

The best plans are made when teams can diverge and converge on ideas. But when visual and structured thinking live in different tools, how do you unify them into something cohesive and shareable?

Start here: 3 simple ways to connect Coda + Figma.

Infuse your workflows with creativity and collaboration at every step.
Figma embed for Coda

Collaborate on Figma canvases and FigJam boards directly in Coda with embeds—either as a full page or alongside other content.

Explore embeds
FigJam widget for Coda

Turn brainstorms into actionable plans by converting FigJam stickies into Coda tables, and visualize plans from Coda as FigJam boards.

Explore the FigJam widget
Figma Pack for Coda

Keep up to date by syncing designs, last modified times, and comments from Figma into Coda—and add new comments from there too.

Explore the Figma Pack

Or take a note from the best.

See how Figma and other top product teams make ideas happen with Coda + Figma.
Figma’s Product Roadmap
Tonal's Product Team Hub
Figma's Product Requirements
Coda and Figma complement each other well. By synchronizing tooling geared toward visual versus systems thinkers, the integration lets us have the best of both worlds.
Lawrence Luk
Manager, Product TPM at Figma

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How does Coda integrate with Figma?

Can I connect Figma and Coda if I’m on a free Coda plan? Is there any additional cost to integrate Figma?

Who can see and interact with my Figma files or data in Coda?