Is it legal to use the community edition of figma for an open source project?

I am currenty working on an embedded project an want to use figma for the UI.
The project will be open source and I want to provide all pages of the application as jpg images for free, can i do that, is that legal?
Unfortunately I can’t find anything in the license agreements about this myself.

with the “community edition” I mean either the starter or the educational version.

I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice.

You should probably review Figma’s Terms of Service if you are worried about this.

In general, if you export JPEG images from any design tool, and you own the copyright to the content/images/design within those images, you can definitely open source those JPEGs.

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