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Upload Logos

A logo is at the center of your brand. In Canva for Work, you can upload them to your Brand Kit to make sure anyone in your team can swiftly add them to any design.

To upload a logo to your Brand Kit:

  1. Click on the Your Brand tab from your homepage.
  2. Click on the Brand Kit tab.
  3. In the Logos module, click on the large plus (+) button.
  4. Select your logo from your computer using the popup provided and hit open.


Canva supports uploading logos in JPEG, SVG and PNG file formats. PNG file formats can have transparent backgrounds.

note: If you have multiple logos or marks, you can upload them all to your Logos module to be able to use them in your designs.
tip: You can access your logos and apply them directly to your designs from the Uploads tab on the object panel.

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