Adding a property to a component in Figma is an important part of any design process. It allows for a consistent look and feel across multiple frames, pages, and projects.
With the help of properties, designers can customize each component without having to manually edit each one. Here is how you can add a property to a component in Figma.
Open your project and select the component you want to add the property to. Right-click on it and select “Edit Properties” from the context menu.
The “Edit Properties” window will open up. Click on the “+ Add Property” button to create a new property.
Once you have clicked the “+ Add Property” button, you will be presented with several options such as “Text Color”, “Font Family”, etc. Select one of these options based on what you want to customize and then enter your desired value.
Once you have selected your desired value, click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the window.
You will now see that the newly added property appears next to other existing properties for that component.
Adding a property to a component in Figma is an easy process that only requires a few simple steps. With this method, designers can quickly customize components without having to manually edit each of them. This makes it much easier for designers to create consistent designs with minimal effort.