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Let's communicate on Canva!

Updated: Nov 17, 2021

Dear Client,


We have created a Canva page for you! Your page is private and only accessible by those authorised, i.e. you and us. You can view your completed set of Instagram posts and share your feedback with us on this page. Loosely speaking, it is like a prerecorded Zoom meeting where we do not have to be "attend" the call simultaneously.


Let's get you started.

  • Click on this link to access your Canva page.

  • Sign up if you are new to Canva.

For mobile users, please skip to Mobile View.


Your Canva page (Desktop Users)

The first image you see is an overview of how your 9 Instagram Posts will look like on your Instagram feed.


Scroll down, and you will see your Post No. 1.

What do the symbols and labels mean?

Page 2

You are viewing the 2nd image on your Canva page


Post 1.1

This is your Post No.1's first (cover) image


💬 Speech Bubble

- Click this speech bubble to Add a comment. You can type in your approval on each image or the changes you require of us.

- There are instances when the speech bubble is not there. It will resurface after you tap on the image that you wish to comment on.


Notes

- Click on Notes to view the captions and hashtags for each post.

- Hashtags are included at the end of the captions.





Your Canva page (Mobile Users)

The first image you see is an overview of how your 9 Instagram Posts will look like on your Instagram feed.


Click Edit, and you will be directed to this page.

























Making a comment

⬅️ Swipe left on the icons at the last bottom row till you see the Comment icon.

Click on the Comment icon to leave us a note on the post. You can type in your approval or the changes you require from us.



















































Captions & Hashtags

⬅️ Swipe left on the icons at the last bottom row till you see the Notes icon.

Click on the Notes icon to view the captions and hashtags for each post. Scroll to the end to view the hashtags for each post.



What do the labels mean?

Page 2

You are viewing the 2nd image on your Canva page


Post 1.1

This is your Post No.1's first (cover) image

















We can't wait to 'see' you in Canva!