When you receive an editable Canva file, whether it is an eCover or graphic, you will be given a link to that template that you can edit and save in your own Canva account.

Don't worry, it's super easy!

I'm going to use an example from the editable template I included in my recent Law of Attraction Morning Routine PLR report to show you how to open the template so that you can edit it for yourself.

Step 1: Open the Canva Template to Edit

Before You Begin: Make sure you have signed up for Canva.com or you log-in to your account before clicking the link you were provided to edit the template. 

Once you have logged in to your account, copy and paste the link you were provided into your web browser. If you are using the template in one of my PLR packages, it will be a note file labeled CANVA TEMPLATE. 

When you copy/paste that link into your web browser, it will bring up the template, similar to what you see below. 

Just click the Use Template button to open it up in your own Canva.

Step 2: Edit the Canva Template

When you click on Use Template, it will open up in your Canva. This is why it is important to be logged in before this point.

It should look similar to the image below.

You can now edit your template. When you hover over different areas of the template, a blue box outlines the area, indicating you can edit it. This includes the image, background color, font, text, etc. 

Step 3: Save and Download Your Template

When you have finished making your changes, change the title at the top to whatever you want so you know this is your edited copy. Once it says All Changes Saved at the top, you know it's safe to close or download. 

You can see in the example below, I changed the image and background colors, then changed the title.

If you close it out and want to find your file again, it will most likely be found in the All Your Designs section of the Canva homepage after you have logged in.

And that's it! You now have your template that you can edit any time. You can download it or convert it to a PDF to be given to your audience.