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File organization

A brand kit is like a portfolio of all your regularly-used fonts, logos, colors, graphics, and other assets. Once you add all your favorite design elements to your brand kit they w...

You can add a custom icon to help identify your shared folders. You can change the logo whenever you want, just as long as your role in the space is an Admin or higher. To add a cu...

In Hub your projects are stored in either the Your Hub folders" section or in the "Shared Hub folders" section. In each section, you can create Folders to further organize your pro...

What are shared folders? (formerly "Shared Spaces") Shared Hub folders are a section of your cloud storage where you can collaborate on photo editing and graphic design projects wi...

When you create an image in PicMonkey or work with a template, your work is auto-saving to Hub, PicMonkey’s cloud-based storage. Hub stores your files as editable, layered images s...

Hub is PicMonkey’s cloud-based storage platform. As you work in PicMonkey, your project is autosaved to Hub. There is no need to Save your work.  Hub stores your images as multi-la...

Hub is PicMonkey’s cloud-based storage system. Everything you work on in PicMonkey is auto-saved to Hub while you work. There is no “save” option in PicMonkey because it is not nec...

This article describes how your work is automatically saved to your Hub. (Read more: What is Hub?) Images are automatically saved to Hub upon upload When you select an image to e...

Hub is PicMonkey’s cloud-based storage system. As you work in PicMonkey, your project is autosaved to Hub. There is no need to save your work.  Hub stores your images as multi-laye...

The two individual subscription levels have different capabilities in Hub.  Pro subscribers: can download files as PNG, JPG, or PDF. They can upload their own fonts.  Basic subscri...

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