Welcome to Canva for Work! We are super excited to have you on board!
To help you make the best out of Canva for Work, we’ve put together this guide to help you get acquainted with some of the important processes in Canva for Work.
We’ve also shared some of the best practices we’ve identified from our users. Have a different way of going about things? Feel free to go your own way and share it with us!
For large teams, we recommend that you assign user the role of administrator to project managers or team leads who may need to make more substantial edits to your account. Assign the template designer user role to any in-house designer and the member user role to individuals who may be editing templates.
Sharing designs with your team
Organizing and managing content in a large team can be a challenge. Thankfully, with Canva for Work, you can easily organize your content and all of your brand assets.
If you are part of an enterprise where all creative will adhere to the same brand guidelines, we recommend that you create one team and make use of multiple folders.
If you must share a set of designs with a specific subset of your team, create a folder and share it with the individuals in that subset only by sending them an email invitation.
Making the most of your designers
Typically in large organizations, marketing departments can be swamped by requests from local offices requesting minor iterations to marketing material to suit their local needs.
Alleviate the pressure on your marketing and comms teams, and enable your local staff to create on brand materials quickly and easily with team templates. Team templates can be created by your in house graphic designers, and they can be used and edited by local offices without it affecting the original template.