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As Upworthy has embraced Canva Pro, they’ve been creating image-based content much more easily — and perhaps have even been creating more visual content overall.

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We can put our visual content together very easily and consistently, and we can edit graphics across the entire team, which is a huge advantage.

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Canva Pro has also been helpful in creating content for Upworthy’s Instagram account. An Upworthy writer notes that the team has been using Canva Pro to create This Day In History posts and Birthday Shoutouts.

As Upworthy has embraced Canva Pro, they’ve been creating image-based content much more easily — and perhaps have even been creating more visual content overall. An Upworthy writer says, “The easier our process gets, the more we’re posting.”

Upworthy’s team also appreciates being able to edit graphics after they’ve been downloaded. “It’s so easy to share work,” says an Upworthy writer. “If I need our copy editors to take a look at a graphic I’ve made, I can just link them to it and say, ‘hey, can you check this?’ I never have to re-create an entire image just because I left out a comma.”

This means the team is creating less work for themselves, and for each other — a huge advantage for team workshare.

Best of all? Canva Pro has been a “piece of cake” for the team to learn. “All we have to do is sign in. After that, it probably only takes five minutes to learn how to create an image.”

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