Canva Introduces New AI-Powered Tools
Adding a number of new tools supported by artificial intelligence to its platform, Canva has made these tools available to users. Details are here!
Canva is rolling out a number of new features made up of AI-powered tools. The company unveiled new features and tools today during its Canva Create virtual event.
The company is rolling out Assistant, which allows users to search for design elements and provides quick access to features. The tool can also offer design suggestions for graphics and styles that fit your current design. The Assistant provides quick access to AI-powered design tools like Magic Write, the platform’s AI-powered copywriting assistant that was released in December.
New Artificial Intelligence Tools Added to Canva
Starting today, “Magic Writing” will be available for all Canva project types, from presentations to social media graphics. Prior to this update, Magic Write was only accessible from Canva Docs. You can use Magic Write to write things like website copy or presentation summaries. For example, you can ask Magic Write to list social media strategy ideas for a new product launch. The tool takes into account the type of project you are working on when suggesting text. In addition to expanded availability, Canva has announced that Magic Write is now available in 18 languages.
Canva has also introduced a new way to automatically create presentations. You can ask the editor to create a series of presentations with an outline and content on each slide. As for design, the company’s new “Magic Design” tool allows users to upload an image and then access a host of new styles from personalized templates that you can customize. On the other hand, the new “Magic Edit” feature lets you add or change anything to an image. You can specify where you want to add something and then explain it to Magic Edit. The new “Magic Eraser” feature allows you to brush away unwanted details from the image over the area.
Canva also introduces “Beat Sync”, which automatically syncs video footage to a soundtrack of your choosing, and a new “Translate” feature that automatically translates text in designs into over 100 different languages.
Melanie Perkins, Canva’s co-founder and CEO, made the following statements regarding these new developments:
“We started Canva ten years ago with the vision of enabling anyone to design anything, regardless of skill or experience. Today, we are excited to advance that vision by introducing a brand new set of features focused on enabling brands to scale their creative output. We’re making it faster than ever before.”