Does Canva support other languages?

We fully support languages that use the basic Latin character set: the twenty-six letters of the Latin alphabet, numbers, and punctuation.

Our text tool uses a variety of typefaces, some of which support extended characters like accent marks necessary for many languages like Spanish and French. If you are designing in a language that needs many accent marks, try using a typeface like Helveticish or Times Neue Roman. Canva also supports Hindi when using the Noto Sans font.

If you are designing in a language that makes heavy use of accent marks, it’s important to download a preview of your design and check that all the text looks right. Even if your text looks fine in Canva, the typeface will not export correctly if your chosen typeface does not support the characters. Try selecting a different typeface like those recommended above.

For now, our text tool is unable to support languages that use Cyrillic, Chinese characters, or other languages that require characters beyond the Latin alphabet.

At the same time, we also hear our international friends loud and clear. We certainly have exciting news to share on this topic soon, so please stay tuned.

Also, please do feel free to send your suggestion of what language you like to see in Canva through this link: 

Hi there,

Thank you for reaching out to us and for using Canva!

Currently, Canva fully support languages that use the basic Latin character set: the twenty-six letters of the Latin alphabet, numbers, and punctuation.
 
Our text tool uses a variety of typefaces, some of which support extended characters like accent marks necessary for many languages like Spanish and French - try using Helveticish or Times Neue Roman. Canva also supports Hindi when using the Noto Sans font.
 
For more information regarding what Canva's text tool supports and does not support, please view the following Help Centre article:
 
Does Canva support other languages?

At the same time, we also hear our international friends loud and clear. We certainly have exciting news to share on this topic soon, so please stay tuned! Also, please do feel free to send your suggestion of what language you like to see in Canva through this link:
 

Hope this clarifies and let me know if there's anything else I can help with!
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