Import updates from your data sources when changes are made in the source file.
Below is a list of warnings or errors you may encounter when importing your data from Figma explained in more detail, and how to fix them.
This warning means that although your styles may be published, they have not been used anywhere in the Figma file, and they won't be imported. Styles must be applied or used somewhere in the Figma file to be considered a relevant and active part of the library.
If the file failed to import, there could be an issue with your Figma integration, such as the original file was deleted in Figma, or the user who gave access to the file was revoked. In the Figma tab, try relinking the file (if this is the cause for the error) and importing again.
This warning means that the file you are attempting to import has not yet been published in Figma. See also What is a Figma library? and How to publish a library in Figma.
There is an unknown issue with the component(s) you are trying to import.
If a Figma file has been added as a design source (linked) and you have already imported from it once, it does not need to be added again. The file can be updated instead.
This error means that for some reason Supernova cannot access the Figma file, but it is possible to relink the file.
This error means that for some reason Supernova cannot access the Figma file, and it is not possible to relink the file (for example, the file has been deleted, or you no longer have access to it). You will be prompted to unlink the file instead.