Using the Copy and Paste functionality in Figma is a great way to save time and ensure that you can create perfect designs with minimal effort. The ability to quickly duplicate elements and make precise edits makes the design process much more efficient. But how do you copy and paste in the same place on Figma?
Fortunately, Figma’s intuitive user interface makes it easy to copy and paste elements in the same spot. To do so, simply select the elements you want to copy, right-click your mouse, and choose “Copy” from the menu. Then select the destination frame or canvas where you want to paste your copied elements, right-click again, and choose “Paste” from the menu.
Once you have pasted your elements into their new location, you can use a variety of tools to adjust their placement on the page. You can use Figma’s drag-and-drop tools to move them around within a frame or canvas. You can also use Figma’s alignment tools to precisely position each element relative to other elements or frames on your canvas.
If you need help positioning your copied elements exactly where you want them, Figma also includes an optional “Snap” feature that snaps elements into place as they are moved around on a canvas. To enable this feature, click on View > Snap in the main menu bar at the top of the screen.
Copying and pasting in the same place on Figma is easy with its intuitive user interface. Simply select your desired elements, right-click your mouse, choose “Copy” from the menu, select a destination frame or canvas for your elements, right-click again and choose “Paste” from the menu.
You can then use a variety of tools like drag-and-drop or alignment tools to adjust their placement on your page. Finally, if needed turn on Figma’s snap feature for precise positioning of each element relative to other frames or objects on your canvas.