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Export tool for Figma.

You can easily and automatically export your figma components and use them directly into your website.

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Personal Access Token

First of all you have to set the environment variable FIGMA_TOKEN.

To do so, you need a Personal Access Token. You can generate one from your Account Settings.

Figma - Account Menu

Inside the Account Settings click on Create a new personal access token and enter a description.

Copy the token, this is your only chance to do so!

export FIGMA_TOKEN=<personalAccessToken>

You can use dotenv or export the variable using .bash_profile/.bashrc file.

Just Try

If you wanna try it just run following command and you will be able to download all components from as .svg 😎

# export figma token
export FIGMA_TOKEN=<personalAccessToken>

# export figma components as svg
npx -p @figma-export/cli -p @figma-export/output-components-as-svg figma-export components RSzpKJcnb6uBRQ3rOfLIyUs5 -O @figma-export/output-components-as-svg



This package contains the core functionalities for figma-export. You can download and use it as a dependency of your project.


This package allows you to consume all core functionalities from your terminal.


Typically you'll prefer to use the cli. Here different ways to do the same:

Build Process

You can use figma-export as part of your build process.

npm install --save-dev @figma-export/cli @figma-export/output-components-as-svg

# or using `yarn`
yarn add @figma-export/cli @figma-export/output-components-as-svg --dev

Now you can create a script command inside your package.json.

Following an example:

  "scripts": {
+   "figma:export": "figma-export components RSzpKJcnb6uBRQ3rOfLIyUs5 -O @figma-export/output-components-as-svg"

Use it on the fly

Alternatively you can use npx to use it on the fly:

npx @figma-export/cli help

Global Setup

You can also install it as a global dependency:

npm install -g @figma-export/cli

# or using `yarn`
yarn add @figma-export/cli --global
figma-export help


Last but not least, you can create a configuration file and use a single command to rule them all 💍

Let's create the file .figmaexportrc.js and paste the following:

module.exports = {

    commands: [
        ['components', {
            fileId: 'RSzpKJcnb6uBRQ3rOfLIyUs5',
            onlyFromPages: ['icons', 'monochrome'],
            transformers: [
                    plugins: [
                        { removeViewBox: false },
                        { removeDimensions: true }
            outputters: [
                    output: './output'


now you can install the @figma-export dependencies that you need

npm install --save-dev @figma-export/cli @figma-export/transform-svg-with-svgo @figma-export/output-components-as-svg

and update the package.json.

  "scripts": {
+   "figma:export": "figma-export use-config"

If needed you can also provide a different configuration file.

  "scripts": {
+   "figma:export": "figma-export use-config .figmaexportrc.production.js"
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