We use Figma as our primary design tool. And while it is absolutely magical at times, its far more robust than what is needed for wire framing in our opinion. This is where the magical power of Whimsical comes into play. We chose Whimsical a long time ago for the reasons of the simple interface and efficiency in which we can use the tool in our process. When we converted to Figma, Whimsical stayed as our main wire framing and flow tool set. Our process is to start with flows and wireframes in Whimsical. Once our review processes are complete with Eng and PM, we move to high fidelity screens in Figma. Once those are done, we come back to Whimsical and mimic the wire frame to a high fidelity flow with the figma screens.
As we all know, nothing is ever final and sometime we also get scope creep. PROBLEM: when updating the high fidelity we have to remove any flow lines touching a placed image. Paste in the new image, size it, then reattach all the flow lines. A place in place function would be a game changer.
EXPECTED RESULT: select a placed image in Whimsical, keyboard shortcut for paste in place (or follow Figma example of replacing an image using CTRL+V) and overwrite selected image with image pasted from clipboard.