How Do I Copy a Font in Figma?

Figma is a powerful software application that allows you to create, collaborate, and design graphics for your projects. It’s used by professionals and hobbyists alike to create logos, websites, graphics, and other visuals.

One of the most useful features of Figma is the ability to copy fonts from one project to another. This makes it easy to keep a consistent look throughout your designs.

To copy a font in Figma, first select the text layer that you want to copy. Then click on the “Copy” button in the top toolbar.

This will open a window with various options for copying the font style, including its size, color, leading (line spacing), tracking (letter spacing), and kerning (space between letters). Select any or all of these options if desired.

Next, open the project that you want to paste the font into and select the text layer in which you want to paste it. Then click on “Paste” in the top toolbar. The font style will be pasted into this text layer with all of its associated settings.

You can also use Figma’s “Style” tab on each text layer to customize various aspects of your fonts further. Here you can change things like font weight (thickness), italicization, underlining, strikethroughs, letter case changes (e.g., uppercase or lowercase), etc. You can also add paragraph formatting such as line breaks and indentation.


Copying fonts in Figma is easy and straightforward. All you have to do is select the text layer that you want to copy then click on “Copy” in the top toolbar. You can customize your fonts further using Figma’s “Style” tab for each individual text layer.