Taking a screenshot of your Figma prototype is one of the most important things you can do to show off your work and get feedback from others. With Figma, you can easily take screenshots of any part of your prototype and share them with others.
The first step in taking a screenshot with Figma is to open up the prototype editor. From here, you can select the area that you want to capture by using the selection tool. Once you have selected the section that you want to capture, click on the “Screenshot” button at the top right hand corner of the screen.
This will bring up a few options for how you would like to take your screenshot: full page, selected area, or entire frame.
If you choose to take a full page screenshot, it will capture everything in your prototype including all frames and elements. If you select an area, it will just capture what is within the boundaries of your selection. The entire frame option will only capture what is in that particular frame.
Once you have chosen which option best fits your needs, click “Take Screenshot” and wait for it to load. It should only take a few seconds for Figma to generate your screenshot and save it as an image file for easy sharing with others.
Taking a screenshot in Figma Prototype is easy and straightforward. All you need to do is open up the prototype editor and then select either a full page or selected area depending on what part of your prototype needs capturing. Then click “Take Screenshot” and wait for it to generate an image file that can be shared with others.