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Compare ideas, solutions, and more with Canva’s free T-chart maker. Start designing a T chart today with our whiteboard templates, infinite canvas, and chart building tools.
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Create a T chart online

Easily compare two aspects of your subject when you list them in a T-chart graphic organizer. Make one in just minutes with Canva’s T-chart maker, where you can start by choosing a free T-chart template, then editing it straight away in your Canva whiteboard. Our array of visualization tools and design elements help you and your team easily make a T-chart online, all in an unlimited canvas space.

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How to make a T chart

How to make a T chart
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What is a T chart?

T charts are used to compare two facets of a given topic by listing details about it in two separate columns. The topic can be anything at all – an idea, a proposal, or something that you’re writing or researching. Students, teachers, and professionals alike can use a T-chart to compare pros and cons, advantages and disadvantages, or facts and opinions.

Why use T charts?

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T-charts can be used as a simple graphic organizer where your information is put together side by side. Using this, you can quickly draw connections between two different details, as well as find any differences and similarities between them. This also makes it easier for your audience to digest your information when you’re presenting.


By listing points side by side like this, it gives you and your readers a quick, at-a-glance overview of the facts being presented and helps to make decisions or arrive at conclusions quicker and easier.

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Customize your T-chart design on our whiteboard

Our design tools make creating T-charts easy. Just choose a design from our templates library then customize it in your whiteboard. Quickly add lines, shapes, and text using our keyboard shortcuts, with more actions available when you type “/”. With our collaborative tools—sticky notes(opens in a new tab or window), comments, and a built-in timer—work on your T-chart with teams, then come back anytime for any changes.

Assign clear and elegant labels

Edit the font style of your T-chart label

Customize default titles and headings text boxes from your T-chart template to make them truly yours. Simply click and edit them to change their font style, size, and color via the Text tool in the sidebar. You can also choose to add Bold, Italic or Underline formatting to your text or align it any way you wish—left, right or center.

Add some style to your T chart

Drag and drop elements to style your T-charts

Don’t limit your creativity—switch up the shapes and the color palette of your T-chart to the style you prefer. Canva Whiteboards has all sorts of different elements you can use to style up your T-chart. From our massive media library of more than a million design elements, you can add a background, use graphics and images, turn Text to Image(opens in a new tab or window), or Draw(opens in a new tab or window) to represent the topic you’re working on.

Add context to your data

Add context to your T-charts

With your whiteboard’s infinite canvas, have the space you need to expound on your points. In your T-chart, insert context-providing visual aids by embedding links of your existing Canva infographics, presentations, and more. To keep your T-charts clutter-free, you can also opt to hyperlink important pages to your text.

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“When it came to design reports, Canva had a wide variety of simple easy to use templates that allowed me to easily plug in my graphs and information, and helped me to focus on the actual content instead of spending hours and hours on design.”

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