Exporting only selected frames from Figma can be a useful tool for web developers, graphic designers, and other creatives. With the ability to export individual frames from Figma, you can quickly create separate files for each element of your design which can then be used to easily assemble a website or any other project. It’s a powerful way to save time and keep your work organized.
The good news is that exporting only selected frames in Figma is easy and straightforward. First, select the frame you want to export. You can do this by clicking on the frame in the Layers panel or with the keyboard shortcut Cmd + E. Once you have the frame selected, click on the “Export” option in the top right corner of the screen.
This will open up a window that allows you to change various options related to how your file will be exported. You can choose whether you want to export as an image or SVG file, as well as set your desired size and format. When you’re done making changes, click on the “Export” button at the bottom of the window.
Once your file has been exported, it will appear in a new tab titled “Exports” in Figma. Here you will see all of your exported files listed by name and format. From here you can select which files you want to download or share with others.
Exporting only selected frames from Figma is easy and straightforward. All you need to do is select the frame from either Layers panel or using Cmd + E shortcut, then click Export option at top right corner of screen and make changes if needed then click Export button at bottom of window. Once done it will appear under Exports tab in Figma where you can select which files to download or share with others.