You can now collect related components together and assign them different properties by using Component Variants. This helps developers to quickly access different variants of components—simplifying their Connected Components setup and even generating code snippets from variants.
Organize components in your styleguide by variants
You can collect variants of your components under sections and create properties to represent variants.
You can learn more about how to set up your component variants from these articles:
Quickly view Component Variants within a design
As developers inspect designs, when they select a component, they can view its properties on the right panel. More importantly, using the variant pop-up, they can also view and inspect other variants (specifically state variants) of the component using the shortcut V.
To learn more, you can check out this article: Viewing Component Variants within designs
Viewing Component Variants in the detail view
If you already set up your component variants in your styleguide or exported them from a design tool, you can view all variants of a selected component on the left panel in that component's detail view.
You can learn more about the component detail view here: Inspecting a component in the detail view
Document when and how to use variants in the context of a design
Using smart variant links in notes, you can document when and how to use component variants in the context of a design.
Learn more here: Document when and how to use Component Variants