Educators around the world love using Canva, which is the world’s easiest design tool that allows you to design anything and publish anywhere. Over the past few years, we have heard many requests for a Canva integration with OneNote including from our MIE Expert pals Jeni Long and Sallee Clark (#Jenallee). The OneNote binder metaphor, and the ability to easily embed Canva content interactively in OneNote, organize them, or distribute to others in OneNote Class Notebook, seemed like a great match. Today we are excited to announce the integration between Canva and OneNote!
As of today, you can now paste the URL of Canva content onto a OneNote page and it will render it as a live interactive embed, similar to how we support embedding many apps into OneNote. To do this step-by-step:
To see some examples or how easy this is to do in OneNote, see the example video of a Canva project being embedded in OneNote. You can now create pages, sections, and even entire notebooks chock-full of Canva designs! NOTE: This integration only works in OneNote for web to start, but we are adding support for OneNote Windows 10, Mac, iPad, Android, and 2016 in the near future.
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