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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 Save icon, and give it a name. Once saved, you can access your Custom Block on any screen in your project under the Blocks tab in the component drawer.

Updated about a month ago

Custom Blocks


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