How To Download an Image From Figma

Are you trying to download an image from Figma? Learn how to do it with ease through the steps below.
Download an Image From Figma

Figma lets you download images in the desired format with ease through the Export tool. In this guide, we will help you with using the Export tool through a demonstration to help you download images right away.

Download an Image from Figma

  1. First, navigate to Figma on your browser and sign in to your Figma account or create a new one if needed.
  2. On the home page, select the existing file from Recenets or click on Design file button to create new designs, prototypes, and wireframes.
Click on Design File
  1. Once done with your design, add the image and select the entire image by clicking the frame or use the Slice tool to choose a specific part by accessing the tool from the frame dropdown or using the keyboard shortcut S.
Slice tool
  1. Navigate to the Export button at the bottom right corner in the Tools section, customize the image type (PNG, JPEG, PDF, etc.), and scale, then click the Export Slice button and specify the destination folder to download the image.
Click on Export and then Export Slice
  1. As Figma autosaves everything on the cloud, you can save it locally by navigating to the File menu and selecting Save a local copy to store your design as a FIG file.
Save local copy

Wrapping Up

Congratulations on learning how to download images from Figma!

The above steps will help you download your images with ease through the Export tool. If you want to work on the entire design later, download the design as a FIG file using the Save a local copy option.


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