When using Figma, a collaborative design platform, it can be helpful to know how to change a component instance. Component instances are elements in your design that can be reused across different projects.
By changing the component instance, you can easily update the component throughout all the projects it is used in. This can save a lot of time and effort when making changes to designs.
To change a component instance in Figma, first select the component you want to edit. Next, click on the “Edit Instance” button located in the top-right corner of the canvas. This will open up a new window with various options for editing your component instance including color, size, and position.
Once you have made your desired changes to the instance click “OK” and the changes will be applied to all other instances of this component throughout the project. It is important to note that any changes made here will only apply to this particular instance and not any other instances of this component.
Editing components within Figma can be an efficient way to make quick changes to designs without having to manually update each individual element. By understanding how to change a component instance, designers can save time while ensuring their projects remain consistent across multiple platforms.
Changing a component instance in Figma is easy and efficient way of updating designs quickly throughout all projects they are used in. By selecting the Edit Instance button located at top-right corner of canvas users can make desired changes such as color, size and position which will then be applied universally across all other instances of this same component.