How Do I Force Save in Canva?

The ability to force save in Canva is a great tool for those who want to keep track of their progress or make sure that they can access their work even if the internet connection is lost. It’s also useful for sharing work with colleagues, friends, or clients.

If you’re anything like me, you probably spend a lot of time in Canva creating graphics and designs. But one thing that I often forget to do is save my work. Fortunately, Canva makes it easy to make sure your work is saved and backed up.

How Do I Force Save in Canva?

Force saving in Canva is easy. All you have to do is click the “Save” button in the top right corner of your screen.

This will store your design on the Canva servers and make sure it’s backed up. You can also manually save your work by clicking the “File” menu and then selecting “Save”.

When you click “Save”, your design will be stored on the server and it will be accessible from any device that has access to Canva. This means you can access your design even if you are away from your computer or if there is an interruption in the internet connection.

You should also note that force saving does not replace manual saving. Even if you have enabled force saving, it’s important to still manually save your work occasionally so that you have an updated copy of your design.

By using these steps, you can easily ensure that all of your important designs are saved and backed up on the Canva servers. This makes it easy to keep track of progress or share designs with clients or colleagues.


Force saving in Canva is a great way to make sure all of your designs are securely stored and backed up. All you need to do is click “Save” in the top right corner of your screen or select “File” then “Save” from the menu bar. Keep in mind that manual saves are still necessary even when force saving has been enabled.