Bulk editing across variants

In a design editor, the term "variants" typically refers to different versions or iterations of a design element or component. Variants allow designers to create multiple versions of a particular design element while keeping them organized within the same design file.

Bulk editing is a powerful feature that simplifies editing multiple variants. By making changes to a single variant, bulk editing will make sure those changes apply to all the variants.

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to utilize bulk editing effectively.

  1. To edit multiple variants, select corresponding boxes or click the top box on the left to select all and reset the selection.
  2. To begin bulk editing, click on the pencil icon to initiate the bulk edit process.
  3. Now that bulk editing is open across all variants, any changes made in this design will be automatically applied to all variants.
  4. You can also apply these editing changes to all the sizes of the variants by selecting "style all." This will automatically apply the editing changes to all sizes across all the variants.
  5. Enabling the "change position across size"  is useful for making edits to one size and wants to consistently apply the same changes across all sizes.


  6. To instantly apply all your edits to all variants, click the "Save" button. This will also close Bulk editing.
  7. If you don't want to make the edits, click the discard button to revert all the changes.