How Do I Reset My Figma Components?

Resetting components in Figma can be a great way to quickly reorganize your Figma workspace. It can also help you to create a more consistent UI design from scratch, or to quickly make changes to existing components. But how exactly do you reset components in Figma?

To reset components in Figma, start by selecting the component that you would like to reset. This can be done by simply clicking on the component itself, or by selecting it from the layers panel. You will then see two options at the bottom of the right panel: “Reset Component” and “Clear Component”.

The “Reset Component” option will reset all changes that have been made to the component back to its original state. This means that any changes made such as colors, fonts, sizes, etc., will all be reverted back to their original values. If you have added any additional elements or styling to the component, these will be removed as well.

The “Clear Component” option is slightly different in that it will delete any content within the component itself. This includes text, images, shapes and any other content that is contained within the component. Note that this does not affect any child components within the parent component.

Once either of these options has been selected, your component should now be reset and ready for further customization.

In summary, resetting components in Figma is a great way to quickly reorganize your workspace while maintaining consistency across your design elements. By selecting either “Reset Component” or “Clear Component” from the right panel, you can easily revert any changes made back to their original states or delete content from within a component.

Conclusion: Resetting components in Figma is a quick and easy process. All it takes is selecting either ‘Reset Component’ or ‘Clear Component’ from the right panel and your desired changes will be applied instantly!