Just a few weeks ago before updating I was able to export as SVG, but that option is completely gone. I feel like this is extremely shady on Adobe's part. Just seems like a way to get more Illustrator subscriptions. There isn't even an option for me to use legacy export. Does anyone know what's going on?
iMac macOS Monterey
You can go to File > Export > Export As... (or right-click on a layer and select Export As...), and select SVG as the Format.
That has been taken away.
I forgot to mention that you would need to select "Use legacy "Export As" in the Export section of the Preferences.
They took away the legacy option being displayed as default. You have to go through a few steps to reinstate the legacy options. I posted the steps to do it on Mac OS here.
This doesn't have the solution. I have found the solution however.
If your legacy options are not showing you have to change how Adobe Photoshops opens. For Mac OS:
Go to Finder > select Applications > select Photoshop Folder > Select Photoshop application and right click > Select info option > Select open with rosetta option in the info panel > Then relaunch Photoshop.