Learn how to make a background transparent in Canva—and how to download your image with a transparent background.
Learn how to make a circle photo in Canva—and how to download it with and without a transparent background.
You can sell ‘your’ Canva designs on Etsy. But they must be unique enough to be considered your own. You cannot sell unedited Canva designs.
‘Create a design’ → ‘Logo’ → save design with transparent background. Reupload as image and add to designs. Add transparency. Done.
Make your videos shine with Canva. Here’s everything you need to know about adding filters to the videos that you create in the tool.
Yes, your Canva videos can have sound. Here’s how to make that happen (and everything else you need to know).
Want to learn how to animate text in your Canva videos so it appears and disappears? Here’s everything you need to know.
Are your Canva images or videos downloading blurry? These are the two most likely causes (and what you can do about them).
Sometimes, you don’t need sound to convey the picture. Here’s how to mute a video clip you’ve imported into Canva.
Life is a video, and not a still picture. If you want it to have smooth transitions from one shot to the next, you can add them in Canva.
Learn the quickest and easiest way to change the color of a design element in Canva, everyone’s favorite graphics design app.
See how easy it is to change text color with Canva! Find out how to do so this in an instant.
Learn how to create your own mockups in minutes with Canva, the world’s easiest graphic design tool.
Here’s how to add a shadow to your design elements in Canva, step-by-step and with screenshots.
Everything you need to know about working with the file formats supported by Canva.
Learn how to download your Canva logo with a transparent background, step by step and with screenshots.
You have questions. We have answers. Learn how to export your Canva design as a PDF file, step by step and with screenshots.
Canva videos can be longer than you probably think! But there are a few tricks to creating and editing them.
Don’t keep your Canva designs all to yourself, now! When you need feedback or edits done by somebody else, here’s how to share them.
Yes, you can add bullet points to your images using Canva. Check out our step-by-step tutorial below!
Want to add a color overlay effect to an image in Canva? It’s easy! Here’s how to do it yourself.
There are tons of free design elements in Canva, but finding them can be tricky. So we created this step-by-step tutorial to help you out.
Did you know that you can upload your custom fonts to Canva? In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to do it!
With the skills you’re about to learn, the texts in your Canva designs will never be the same.
Export your Canva designs in the best format for the web in seconds. We show you how to do it, with video.
The long answer short? You can’t. But this tutorial will show you how to do it with a workaround nevertheless.
Start your slide deck in PowerPoint, then beautify it in Canva. This tutorial will show you how, with video.
Make your designs awesome with Canva. When you’re working with more than one image, here’s how to move some of them to front.
Canva changed the design game forever. These statistics will help you understand why!
Learn how to save your Canva designs with links with this step-by-step guide! (Yes, we have screenshots.)
Seriously, you can keep using it for as long as you want to. But you’ll want to upgrade to Canva Pro sooner or later!
Make your blog’s pages and posts look beautiful with images designed in Canva. Let’s get uploading!
The only thing better than Google Slides is Canva! If you want to use the two together, here’s a sleek solution.
Make your Google Docs beautiful. Here’s how to start your work in Canva and finish it in Google Docs.
When you don’t get it right the first time, here’s how to resize your design like a pro in Canva.
So you need to generate a QR code for your flyer, poster, or campaign? Here’s how to do it in Canva, without hassle.
No more ugly charts! This Canva feature lets you create beautiful, information-rich charts in minutes.
This Canva feature is a game changer. Once you use it, you’ll find it hard to imagine how you used Canva without it!
When you have Canva Pro, you’ll know. And when you don’t know, this tutorial will help you find out.
You really can’t. But there is a way to work around it, which is what we’ll show you in this short and sweet tutorial.
Opening a Canva presentation in PowerPoint? Yes, it’s possible. Here’s how to pull it off.
So you want to stop paying for Canva Pro? This is how to do it—and what you need to know before clicking the big red button.
The ultimate guide to creating beautiful and eye-catching Canva images for the hottest social media platform right now.
Create your best designs with Canva’s background remover tool. Here’s how to make the most of it.
Canva is the only graphic design platform that does it all. If you don’t believe us, this list will convince you.
Download any Canva design with a transparent background. This tutorial will show you how, with screenshots.
Learning to group and ungroup elements in Canva will help you make beautiful designs in minutes. So here’s how to do it.
Everything you need to know before exporting your Canva design and sending it to your printer.
Create beautiful Instagram posts in Canva, then schedule them to go live at the best time and without hassle. Here’s how.
Searching for that template, photo, or element you favorited the other day? Find what you need in a click.
They’re a great way to get your brand started. But they come with two limitations you need to know about.
Canva has become synonymous to eye-catching, do-it-yourself graphic design. But how good of a tool is it for bloggers?
Canva is the best do-it-yourself-graphic design tool on the market today. But is it free to use? Here’s what you need to know.
You can use Canva for free forever. But Canva Pro unlocks quite a few features that make design work easier—and it’s reasonably priced.
Canva lets non-designers create neat-looking graphics using ready-made templates. Should professional designers give it a try, too?
Yes, you are allowed use Canva’s free and premium stock photos on your blog. However, there are a few rules you need to know about to stay compliant.