How Do I Copy From Figma to Photoshop?

Figma is an excellent web-based graphic design tool that allows users to design, prototype and collaborate in real-time. It’s an intuitive, powerful tool that can be used to create beautiful designs with ease.

However, many designers may find themselves in a situation where they need to copy their Figma designs into Adobe Photoshop. Fortunately, this is a relatively simple process that can be done in just a few steps.

Step 1: Export From Figma

The first step is to export your Figma design into an image file that can be opened in Photoshop. This can be done by selecting the File menu from the top bar and then selecting “Export” from the dropdown menu. Select “PNG” as the file type and then click “Export” to save the file.

Step 2: Open in Photoshop

Once your Figma design has been exported, open it up in Adobe Photoshop. You can do this by selecting “File > Open” from the top bar and then selecting your exported PNG file.

Step 3: Copy and Paste

Now that your Figma design has been opened up in Photoshop, you can simply select all of the elements you want to copy over using the “Select All” command (Ctrl+A on Windows or Command+A on Mac). Then use the “Copy” command (Ctrl+C on Windows or Command+C on Mac) to copy all of your selected elements. Finally, use the “Paste” command (Ctrl+V on Windows or Command+V on Mac) to paste them into Photoshop.


By following these simple steps, anyone can easily copy their designs from Figma into Adobe Photoshop for further editing and manipulation. With just a few clicks of a mouse, designers will be able to quickly get their designs from one program to another without any difficulty.