A common scenario we see from many html.to.design users is for collaboration and commenting, especially during the development process. Many designers and developers use html.to.design to import a pre-production website into Figma in order to leave comments, or get approval, and iterate on the designs before releasing the final version.
This is a huge time-saver for teams, as it saves designers from having to update their designs manually with each coded version. Instead, they can use the plugin to import a staged version of the webpage and iterate from there.
It also means that the team doesn’t need any other additional tools or whiteboards in order to collaborate and iterate on designs. Everything stays in Figma, and designers can use the tool they are most comfortable with.