How Do I Export Fonts From Figma?

Exporting fonts from Figma is a great way to access the highest quality fonts for your designs. With Figma, you’ll have access to a wide variety of custom fonts, as well as open source and web-safe options. You can easily export fonts from Figma in two simple steps: selecting the font you want to use and downloading it.

Before you can export fonts from Figma, you need to select the font you want to use. You can do this through the Fonts tab in the inspector on the right side of the canvas.

Here, you’ll find a list of all the available fonts that are accessible in your project. To choose a font, simply click on it and it will be applied to your selection.

Once you’ve selected your font, it’s time to download it. To do this, go to File > Export > Fonts and select where you would like to save your downloaded font file. You can save it as a .ttf file if you’re using Windows or as an .otf file if you’re using Mac OSX.

Once saved, the font will be available for use in other programs such as Photoshop or Illustrator. If you need help installing or using fonts in those programs, check out our tutorial on how to install and use custom fonts in Adobe Creative Cloud.

Figma is an incredibly powerful design tool that provides users with access to high-quality fonts for their projects. With just two simple steps—selecting and downloading—you can easily export any of these fonts for use outside of Figma!

Conclusion: Exporting fonts from Figma is easy and straightforward once you know how! All that’s required is selecting the desired font from the Fonts tab in the inspector on the right side of the canvas and downloading it by going into File > Export > Fonts before saving it as either a .ttf or .otf file depending on which operating system you’re using. With these simple steps, exporting any desired font from Figma is a breeze!