Exporting components from Figma is an essential part of the design workflow. It enables you to easily share, reuse and store your designs in a variety of formats.
You can export components to SVG, PNG, JPG, PDF and other formats. This article will explain how to export components from Figma in a few easy steps.
Step 1: Select the component or components you want to export. You can select multiple components by holding down the ‘Shift’ key while making your selection.
Step 2: Right-click on the selected component(s) and select ‘Export’ from the menu. You can also use the shortcut ‘Ctrl+E’ for Mac users or ‘Ctrl+Shift+E’ for Windows users.
Step 3: A dialog window will open up where you can choose from several export options such as file type, scale, background color, etc. Select your desired options and click ‘Export’.
Step 4: Your component will be exported in the format you selected. If you chose an image format such as PNG or JPG, it will be saved on your computer. If you chose a vector format such as SVG or PDF, it will be copied to your clipboard so that you can paste it into another program.
Exporting components from Figma is a straightforward process that involves selecting the component(s) you wish to export, right-clicking on them and selecting ‘Export’ from the menu. Then you can choose from several export options before exporting your component(s). Once exported, they are saved in either an image format (e.g., PNG or JPG) or a vector format (e., SVG or PDF).