Yes, Anima does support most links/interactions created in Figma’s Prototype mode. For a complete list of what is and is not yet supported, check here.
Does Anima support Figma’s interactive components?
Currently, Anima supports Figma’s on click and while hovering triggers. For a complete list of what is and is not yet supported, check here.
Why doesn’t my synced design look the same as it did in Figma?
This could happen for a number of reasons. For starters, we suggest checking out our Best Practice articleto learn how you can best set up your Figma design with Anima, in order to optimize the results.
You can add livetext inputs & submit buttons using the Anima plugin. This will allow your site visitors or prototype testers to type real text into a contact form or newsletter subscription to simulate a real website.
Why don’t I see the prototype features I added with Anima in my Figma preview?
Not to worry! Any prototyping features you added via the Anima plugin, such as hover effects, entrance animations, live text inputs, breakpoints, etc. will only be visible in your synced or exported project and not from Figma’s preview.
How do I publish or share my project?
Click Publish at the bottom of your Anima plugin and you’ll get the public link of your project to share. Pro users can also add a custom domain to their site, read more here.