1. Canva Launches Pro Subscription for Designers and Businesses: Canva has launched a new Pro subscription intended to give designers and businesses access to more advanced design tools and features. The subscription-based service, which costs $9.95 a month or $119.40 a year, includes access to more than 60 million photos, illustrations, and templates, plus a range of advanced features. These features include unlimited folders, unlimited team members, access to fonts with more than 130 languages, and the ability to create brand kits. 2. Canva Unveils Video Editing Tool: Canva has unveiled its latest feature, Video Editing, which will allow users to create and edit videos with ease. The tool includes a library of thousands of video templates, which users can customize with text, animation, music, and more. The tool also includes a range of features, such as the ability to trim and split clips, add voiceovers, and adjust the speed of videos. 3. Canva Teams Up With Adobe To Create Design Platform: Canva, the online design platform, has announced a partnership with Adobe to create a new design platform for businesses. The platform will combine Canva’s user-friendly design tools
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