How Do I Add Text Styles to Library Figma?

Adding text styles to a library in Figma is a great way for designers to save time and create a consistent look across multiple projects. Text styles allow the user to quickly apply fonts, sizes, colors, alignment, and other formatting options to text elements. This helps designers maintain consistency within their projects and avoid having to manually format their text for each project.

Creating text styles in Figma is easy and requires only a few steps. First, select the text element you would like to create a style for. Then open the right-hand panel and click on the “Style” tab.

Here you can select different font families, sizes, colors, spacings, alignment options, etc., that will be applied whenever you use this particular style of text. Once you have chosen the desired options for your text style, click on “Save as Style” at the bottom of the right-hand panel. You will then be prompted to give your new style a name before saving it into your library.

Once you have saved your newly created style into your library, it can be used in any project that has access to that library. To apply an existing style from your library simply select the desired text element and open up the same “Style” tab from before. Here you can scroll through all of your saved styles from your library and select whichever one you would like applied to that particular element.

In addition to creating custom text styles in Figma’s libraries, HTML tags can also be used to quickly add styling such as bolding (), underlining (), or paragraph breaks (

) directly onto any given element with text. HTML tags are especially useful when creating simple formatting outside of one’s own libraries or when wanting more control over how certain pieces of text are displayed on screen compared to what is available within Figma’s library styling options.

In conclusion, adding text styles to libraries in Figma is an easy way for designers to save time while maintaining consistency across multiple projects by applying fonts, colors and other formatting options with just a few clicks! Additionally HTML tags provide further control over how certain pieces of content are displayed on screen while giving users an easy way to create simple formatting outside of their own libraries or styling options available in Figma.