Personally, I’m particularly satisfied with the following Canva Pro features:
Change your design to any size. This isn’t possible in the free version and you really couldn’t live without it. Resize a template without having to create it from scratch. When downloading your design, you can also change the quality of the download, a great feature.
The brand kit. Gee how useful this is, all the colors I use together, also for client designs or for the other websites I have. No more searching or manually entering colors. You can also save fonts here. And because the paid version offers many more fonts, you’ll never have to search through those thousands of fonts again, but what you need is always ready in your Brand Kit. Save tons of time.
Unlimited number of folders. When I was still using Canva for free, I kept scrolling through my designs and looking for what I wanted to edit. Now I can create as many folders as I want, it’s really nice to organize everything neatly and not have to spend 10 minutes searching each time. With the free version you have 2 folders at your disposal.
Being able to remove the background from a photo. This is a fairly new feature, so you can take something out of a photo to put a new background. Useful!
Save a photo with a transparent background. I can no longer do without this feature. With this you can, for example, save a logo or other photo without the white background behind it. Essential when creating a website.
In addition to these functions that I use with great gratitude, Canva Pro also gives you access to thousands of templates, stock photos, and icons. With the free version you can’t use much; With the paid version you no longer have to take this limitation into account. You can also save your designs as animation, for example to make GIFs.