How Do I Export Content From Figma?

Figma is a powerful cloud-based design platform that has become an indispensable tool for teams of digital product designers. It allows users to collaborate on projects in real-time and export designs in a variety of formats. But how do you export content from Figma?

Exporting content from Figma is easy, and can be done in two ways. The first way is to select the content you want to export, then go to the File menu and select “Export”.

This will open up a window where you can choose the format you want your content exported as (e.g., JPG, PNG, SVG). Once you have selected your desired format, click “Export” and the content will be saved on your computer.

The second way to export content from Figma is to use the “Share” feature. This will allow you to share your project with other users or make it publicly available for anyone with a link.

To do this, open up the project you want to share and go to the File menu and select “Share”. You will be given two options: “Link” or “Invite”. If you choose Link, the link will appear in a pop-up window; if you choose Invite, enter the email addresses of those who should have access.

When sharing via link or invite, it’s important to note that there are specific settings that can be adjusted depending on what type of access is required by those viewing or editing the project. These settings include who can view or edit comments, who can view or edit layers, who can view and edit prototypes (if enabled), etc.


Exporting content from Figma is easy and straightforward – all it takes is a few clicks! Whether it’s via exporting directly from within Figma itself or sharing via link or invite with collaborators and other users, Figma makes it easy for everyone involved in a project to manage their designs and get them exported into whatever format they need quickly and easily.