Multi-file aliases & syntax support for Figma variables

Seamless multi-file support and code syntax synchronization for Figma variables!

This version was released on June 13, 2024.

We’re thrilled to bring you the latest update to Supernova! This release is all about refining how Figma variables are imported to your Supernova workspace through our Figma Variables plugin. So, let’s dive right in and explore what’s new!

As always, you can find additional tweaks and fixes in our bug fixes list.

Multi-file support

You asked, and we listened! We’re excited to introduce multi-file support for Figma variables so your token aliases are accurately reflected. Your values can now be synchronized across multiple Figma designs seamlessly.

If you import values that reference values from a file not yet synced, you’ll see an indicator, reminding you to import the other file(s):

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Keep in mind that in order to resolve missing references, you need to push changes to Supernova again — starting with the original file, followed by file(s) that reference it.

Code syntax

The import now also includes Code syntax! All Figma variables containing Code syntax will now be synchronized into your Tokens dashboard.

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Happy importing with Figma variables! This is just the beginning. We’re already working on further improvements to the Figma Variables import, so stay tuned!


For a list of smaller improvements and bug fixes, visit our Bug fixes page here:

We hope you’re as excited as we are about this release! As always, if you have any questions or feedback, you can reach out to the team at any time.