Canva User Agreement

These are the big bills. I recommend that you review other restrictions on Canva`s website for the license agreement applicable to you. If you`re getting ready to upload an image of Canva, you`ll see a screen like this: the single license is what`s currently used on Canva. They say they will introduce their other licensing agreements over time. I can`t say if they`re actually in place now (in one place it looks like they were, but not in another place). I give you the Deets so that you are ready. Just look at this pre-download screen to see which license applies or if you are buying the one that fits your project. For all Canva licensing agreements, you are prohibited from the following activities: in short, the answer to this question is: “It`s complicated. A lot.¬†Canva has five licensing agreements and I wanted to give an overview of each of them. It is incredibly important to know the ins and outs of using Canva, as it is so popular these days.

Here you still have the limit of 250,000 reproductions and you cannot install the stock image in more than one place or upload it to a multi-user network. You have no restrictions on use related to the items sold. Read the details of the resale license extension here. First, you should definitely be aware that whenever you use a stick image and other design elements of Canva, these Terms of Use are covered by the above Terms of Use. The extended restrictions for stick images are set out in their license agreements and apply to both free and paid images. I`m sure you think, “If I don`t have to worry about money, what else can I take care of?” Good question. Canva`s license agreements are important to you because they inform you of restrictions in the use of designs you have created on their platform. The trade-off on using Canva (as with any other website) is that you have to abide by its rules. The big difference between the single license and the free license is the frequency with which it can be put into circulation (2,000 against 250,000).

You can also use the unlicensed license to create designs outside of Canva, while you can`t do so with the single-use license. See the rest of the unlicensed license details here. Single-use license: good for sharing on social networks This last point is incredibly important for bloggers who publish sponsored posts or advertorials. Don`t use “Editorial Use Only” for contributions you create as part of a paid campaign. . Except for your User Content, the Service and all materials contained therein or transmitted therein, including, but not limited to, software, images, text, graphics, illustrations, logos, patents, trademarks, service marks, copyrights, photos, audio, videos, music, user content of other users and archival materials of other users (the “Canva Content”) and all related intellectual property rights are the exclusive property of Canva and its Licensors. The difference between this license and the free license is that this license allows unlimited reproductions. You can check the full details in all its glory here. Advanced license for several places: good if you need to download the image on more than one computer or on a network that is shared by your team, license without license: good if you have to use the image more than once (to create different designs), good for sharing on social networks. In real life, you won`t have to worry, because these other elements: stick photos, fonts, etc., have been allowed to you as a license, which means that other owners can`t try to collect royalties from your designs.

Look at the rest of the restrictions on Canva`s website. Clearly, everything you upload to Canva is considered your “User Content” and you retain full ownership of it. . . .