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Custom Blocks

If you've created a component that you would like to use across multiple screens in a project, you can save it as a Custom Block for easy reuse.

To save a Custom Block, simply select the parent (highest-level) element of your creation in the Layer Tree, click the '...' button next to the element name to launch a context menu and select the 'Create Custom Block' option. Once saved, you can access your Custom Block on any screen in your project under the Blocks tab in the component drawer.

Updated 4 months ago


Custom Blocks


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