How Do I Add a Canva Newsletter to Outlook?

Creating and adding a Canva newsletter to Outlook is a great way to build your audience and keep in touch with your subscribers. With Canva’s intuitive drag-and-drop editor, it’s easy to create a professional-looking newsletter without any special design skills. Plus, you can easily add it to Outlook so that your subscribers receive it directly in their inboxes.

To start, open the Canva site and select “Create a Design” from the top right corner. From there, select “Newsletter” from the list of templates. This will give you access to hundreds of professionally designed newsletter templates that you can customize with your own branding, photos, and more.

Once you’ve chosen a template and customized it with your own content, click on the “Download” button at the top right corner of the page. Select the “JPEG” option from the dropdown menu and click “Download.” You should now have an image file of your Canva newsletter.

Now it’s time to add your newsletter to Outlook. Open Outlook and log into your account.

Click on “New Message” and drag-and-drop the image file of your Canva newsletter into the body of the message. The image should now appear in the message body.

To ensure that all subscribers can view the images correctly:

Go to “Options” at the top right corner of your message window and select “Format Text.” Then, select “Format as HTML or Rich Text Format (RTF). This will ensure that all subscribers are able to view images correctly when they open their emails.

Once you have finished formatting your message, click on “Send.” Your Canva newsletter should now be sent directly to all of your subscribers’ inboxes!


Adding a Canva newsletter to Outlook is easy and can help you build relationships with customers or followers by keeping them updated on what’s new in your business or organization. By following these steps, you can quickly create a professional-looking newsletter using Canva’s drag-and-drop editor and then add it directly into an Outlook message for delivery.