Yes, Figma can export SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) files. SVG is a widely-used vector format that can be used for various purposes, such as web design, iconography, and more. To export a layer as an SVG file in Figma, follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Select Your Layer
Open your Figma design file and select the layer that you want to export as an SVG. You can do this by clicking on the desired layer in the canvas area.
Step 2: Open Export Options
After selecting the layer, on the right side panel, you'll find the "Export" options. It's usually located under the "Design" tab in the right sidebar.
Step 3: Choose SVG Format
Within the "Export" options, you'll see a dropdown list of export formats. Scroll through the list until you find "SVG" (Scalable Vector Graphics).
Step 4: Export Your Layer
Once you've selected "SVG" from the export options, click on the "Export" button. Figma will then create an SVG file for the selected layer and save it to your desired location on your computer.
And that's it! You've successfully exported your Figma layer as an SVG file. Now you can use the SVG file in other design software, upload it to your website, or use it for any other purpose that requires scalable vector graphics.
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