You can create, organize, and archive your projects on the Dashboard.
Creating a New Project
To create a new project, click on the New button at the top-right corner of the Dashboard. Creating a new project will open the project in the Editor.
Tip: To change a project's icon, open it in the Editor, click the project's name in the upper-left corner of the Toolbar, and insert an emoji at the start of your project's name.
You can use drafts to create a project before sharing them with the rest of your team. Projects in your Drafts folder are visible only to you. Think of this as your private space that exists within a team.
You can create and perfect your prototypes here before you share them with the rest of your team to receive feedback or collaborate on changes. The projects in Drafts are not discoverable to anyone else on your team.
When you are ready to collaborate, you can then choose to move your Drafts to another folder in your team to make it accessible to team members. The best part about moving your draft to your team folder is that you will be able to make use of your shared team assets, such as packages and fonts.
To see all of your Drafts, click Drafts in the sidebar. Once you moved your draft out of Drafts it cannot be reverted back into a Draft.
Note: Collaboration within drafts is no longer possible. Drafts that were created before this change was made, will still maintain access to invited collaborators (viewers and editors). Once you move the draft to a team folder, editors will be downgraded to viewers so that you do not receive extra editor charges.
The Drafts section on the dashboard
You can also view a list of recently-opened projects. This list will include projects from any folder, including your Drafts and Team folders.
To see your recently-opened projects, click the Recent button in the sidebar.
You can also use the dashboard to explore Framer's example projects.
To see the examples list, click Examples in the sidebar.
Teams & Folders
If you are part of a team, then it will be listed on the Dashboard's sidebar.
Teams on the Framer dashboard
To learn more, see our Teams and Folders article.