To onboard your UX copy to Frontitude, you'll have to export it from Figma. The export process extracts all visuals, texts, fonts, style, and saves them on Frontitude. This way, you can have rich context while editing UX copy outside of Figma.
Select a single or multiple frames or components, to export all texts inside them. Other content that is not part of the selection will be ignored. Then, click Export content.
You can also select specific text or groups to export to Frontitude. Once exported, all none-selected text in that frame will be automatically hidden on your project. This way, you can make sure that only UX copy is exported to Frontitude (and no other content types, like user-generated content for example).
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