Figma is a powerful, versatile design tool that makes it easy to create and update designs with the click of a button. But sometimes, when you’re working on a complex project, it can be difficult to make sure all the elements are in the right place and all the information is up-to-date. That’s why one of Figma’s most useful features is its ability to save multiple pages as PDFs.
The process of saving multiple pages as PDFs in Figma is surprisingly straightforward. To start, open your project in Figma and select the pages you want to save as PDFs.
You can select multiple pages at once by holding down Shift or Ctrl while selecting them with your mouse or trackpad. Once you’ve selected the pages you want to save, click on File > Export > Export As PDF.
When prompted, choose which layers or frames you would like to export as part of your PDF file. For example, if you only need to export a single layer from each page, you can select that layer before clicking OK to proceed.
Once you’ve made your selection, Figma will generate a single .pdf file containing all the selected pages. The file will be automatically saved to your computer in whatever folder you have specified for downloads from Figma.
Saving multiple pages as PDFs in Figma is an easy and efficient way to quickly share your designs with others. By following the steps outlined above, users can quickly generate a single .pdf file containing all their selected pages.