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What types of assets does Lingo support?
What types of assets does Lingo support?

A comprehensive list of all the asset types that can be added to a Kit in Lingo

Edward Boatman avatar
Written by Edward Boatman
Updated over a week ago

In order for an asset to be added to Lingo it must be one of the supported file types listed below.

Supported file types

🖼️ Graphics - up to 250MB

  • JPEG

  • PNG 

  • TIFF

  • SVG

  • EPS 

  • PDF

🎬 Video - up to 5GB

  • MOV

  • MP4

🔁 Animations - up to 50MB

  • GIF

  • Lottie (json)

✏️ Design Files - up to 250MB

  • Photoshop

  • Illustrator

  • InDesign

📄 Office Formats - up to 100MB

  • Plain Text (txt)

  • Pages ‡

  • Keynote ‡

  • Word

  • PowerPoint

  • Pages template

  • Keynote theme

  • Word template

  • PowerPoint template

🗜 Zip Files - up to 5GB

🎵 Audio Files - up to 250MB

  • MP3

  • M4A

  • WAV

🎨 Colors

  • HEX

  • RGB

  • HSB

  • CMYK

  • Pantone

〒 Fonts

  • TTF 

  • OTF 

  • WOFF

  • WOFF2

  • Google fonts

🖌Assets Imported From Figma

Import your Figma assets to Lingo using Lingo's Figma integration. All Imported Frames and Components will be stored inside Lingo as SVGs.

💎 Sketch Assets (via Sketch Plugin)

  • Symbols

  • Text Styles

  • Layer Styles

  • Artboards

  • Groups

  • Layers

📝  Text Items

  • Headings

  • Inline notes

  • Code Snippets

Supporting Content

Supporting content can contain the following file types, files are limited to the sizes noted above:

  • JPG

  • PNG

  • MOV

  • MP4

  • Lottie

  • GIF


Guides can optionally contain an image in addition to text. The following file types are supported in guides:

  • JPG

  • PNG

Up next: Learn about the different ways you can add Assets to a Kit.

‡ When you’re working with Pages & Keynote files, Apple offers two formats to use when saving your projects. One is “single file”, which is great for sharing documents online, and the other is “package”, for working with large projects locally. Lingo only supports the “single file” format, but it’s easy to switch between the two file formats: with your file open in Pages or Keynote, go to the File menu, select Advanced > Change File Type, and pick “Single File”. For more information, check out this Apple Help article.

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