How do I 'undo' or 'redo' a change in my design?

In Canva, you can always undo any edits you make to revert your design to its previous state.

Here’s how:

To do so, click Undo on the upper left-hand corner of the screen. You can also use a keyboard shortcut to undo by holding down Command and Z on your keyboard at the same time.

        

You may use the undo function many times, and go back to your original design as long as you have not closed your design page. 

Likewise, you can also redo any edits that you have made. To do so, click the Redo button on the upper left-hand corner of the screen. The keyboard shortcut for redoing an edit is Command, shift, and Z at the same time.

Canva tip: Keep in mind you can only use the undo and redo function in the current design setting. Your undo and redo history will be lost when you refresh or close your design.

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You can always undo adding, moving, or adjusting an element and reverting your design to a previous state before the changes were made.

To undo an edit, click the Undo button on the upper left-hand corner of the Canva editor. You can also use a keyboard shortcut to undo an edit by pressing Command and Z at the same time.

Likewise you can also redo any edits that you have made. To do so, click the Redo button also on the upper left-hand corner of the Canva editor. The keyboard shortcut for redoing an edit is Command and Shift and Z at the same time.

More information can be found in the following article:

How do I 'undo' or 'redo' a change in my design?

I hope this helps! Please do not hesitate to reach out for further questions you may have!

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