Variants in Figma are a great way to quickly switch between different styling options. They allow you to create multiple variations of the same object, so you can easily compare and contrast them.
But if you no longer need a particular variant, you may want to delete it. Fortunately, deleting variants in Figma is a simple process.
To delete a variant in Figma, first select the object that contains the variant. Then, click on the Variants tab located at the top of the Properties Panel.
This will open up a list of all the variants for that object. To delete a variant, simply hover over it and click on the trash can icon that appears.
You can also delete multiple variants at once. To do this, select all the variants that you want to delete by holding down Shift or Command, then click on the trash can icon at the bottom of your list of variants.
Keep in mind, however, that deleting a variant will not undo any changes made to that variant. You will have to manually adjust any settings or changes associated with that variant if you want them removed.
Deleting a variant in Figma is quick and easy. Simply select your object, open up its Variants tab, hover over your chosen variant, and then click on the trash can icon to remove it from your design.
In conclusion, deleting a variant in Figma is an uncomplicated task. It takes only moments to select an object and its associated variant before hitting the trash can icon.