Welcome! How can we help?

Sorry, there are no results.


Getting Started

Creating Your Design

Canva for Work

Team Settings

Billing and Plans

Downloading, Saving & Sharing


Canva Print

Canva for Android

Canva for iPhone

Canva for iPad


Contact us

Introduction to Canva

Design with Canva

Publish Anywhere

Working as a Team

Good to Know



Grids and Frames

Text and Textholders



Illustrations and Icons

Shapes and Lines


Page Setup


Reset your password

Canva Glossary

Nonprofit Program

Log In and Out

Transferring designs

Getting Started with Canva for Work

Brand kit

Uploading fonts

Resize your design

Team Templates

Free Content

Create an Animation

Creating a Canva Team

Setting up your Canva team

Adding and removing members

Roles and Permissions in Canva

Change your team name

Billing for China

Purchasing premium elements


Payment Options

Change/Cancel your Canva for Work Plan

Canva for Work Trial


Download quality

Advanced download options

Sharing your design



Preparing Photos for Canva

Preparing Vectors for Canva

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

Contributor FAQ's

Contributor Help

Preparing your design for print

Manage and Track Your Order

Sending your design to print

Product Information

Pricing Information

Design Guidelines

Print Customer Service Policy

Shipping Information

Create your design on Android

Search for Android

Photos for Android

Objects for Android

Text for Android

Billing for Android

Saving and sharing for Android

Create your design on iPhone

Layouts for iPhone

Search for iPhone

Photos for iPhone

Objects for iPhone

Text for iPhone

Saving and sharing for iPhone

Billing for iPhone

Create your design on iPad

Search for iPad

Photos for iPad

Objects for iPad

Text for iPad

Billing for iPad

Saving and sharing for iPad



Terms of Use

Send us a Legal query

Customer support

Something's not working

Canva teams

We know teamwork is important. By working together, everybody can add something to the design process. Working with a team also requires communication and collaboration among members.

Because of this, Canva has a Teams feature so you can create a team, add members and assign roles to them.

What are Canva teams?

There are two types of teams available in Canva: free teams and Canva for Work teams.

Free teams are the standard teams available to all Canva users. Each free team can have up to 350 members, including yourself. You can assign Administrator and Member roles to your team members. You can create up to 20 free teams.

Canva for Work teams amp up the features available from the standard free teams. Like the free teams, you can add up to 350 team members including yourself. You can also assign members to the role of Template Designer. To learn more about Canva for Work subscriptions, you can refer to this page.

Key team features

Our key team features include:

Setting up your Brand Kit

The Brand Kit is one of the most-loved features for Canva for Work. In it, you are able to define brand colors and upload fonts and logos to help ensure consistency in your team’s designs.

Note: Uploading logos and fonts and having multiple color palettes are only available to Canva for Work teams. Only one palette of brand colors is available for free teams.

Shared folders for design and uploaded photos

To help you collaborate with your team, we made it easier for you to share your designs and photos through the use of folders. After creating a design folder, simply drag your design to it and then make sure you share it to your team.

Team stream

Like the shared folders, the Team stream is a way for you to see the latest designs created by your team members. Toggle the Show team option on designs to add them to the Team stream.

Assigning different roles to team members

With Canva’s Team feature, team members can be assigned different roles. These are:

  • Owner
  • Administrator
  • Template Designer
  • Member

For an in-depth description of each role, head over to Understanding roles and permissions.


Proceed to next guide: Create and manage a team

Was this article helpful ?

Not really Yes, thanks