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PicMonkey offers thousands of templates to use when starting a project. Many of the templates are pre-designed with images, text, and graphics. Some of the templates are blank so y...

When you start a new project in PicMonkey, you can choose a pre-sized blank canvas as the starting point. For instance, if you know you want to design an 8.5” x 11” flyer, you can ...

The Erase tool allows you to erase specific parts of your design. To erase part of a graphic: 1. Open an image or template in PicMonkey. 2. On the Layers panel, select the graphic ...

Smart Resize is a time-saving feature for Pro subscribers that helps you take a single design and instantly create multiple sizes fit for other channels. Example: You have an Inst...

Additionally, you will find a Crop tool on the Image palette and on the Graphic palette. Use the palettes to crop photos or graphics that are separate layers on top of your canvas....

When you're creating an image in PicMonkey, you can use a blank canvas as the starting point and add photos, graphics, and text to create a design. There are a slew of pre-sized bl...

To open an image in PicMonkey, there are a few methods to get your pics into the editor. 1. Select "Create New" in the top left of the homepage or editor The screen below it will l...

When photo editing in PicMonkey, you have three types of editing options: Canvas, Basic, and Advanced. This help article will look at the Basic Edits panel. To start quickly, click...

The areas where you’ll find most of your editing and design controls in the PicMonkey Editor are: Top toolbar Side tabs on the left Bottom toolbar Layers and pages panel on the rig...

To access PicMonkey's color picking tools, click a design element in your image—a graphic, some text, the background—and locate the color editing option in the appropriate menu on ...

Additionally, you will find a Crop tool on the Image and Graphic Tools menus. Use these to crop photos or graphics that are separate layers on top of your canvas.  To crop an image...

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...

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

PicMonkey’s design templates come preloaded with text, images, and/or graphics. However, you can alter the templates by changing, adding, or deleting any of the pre-existing elemen...

PicMonkey allows you to add and layer textures onto your photos. You can change a photo’s look in both dramatic and subtle ways, depending on the textures and settings you choose. ...

Graphics are PicMonkey's version of stickers or clipart that you can add to your photos and designs. This article will show you how to add graphics to your projects. Adding a PicMo...

Graphics are like digital stickers that you can add to your designs. Most of PicMonkey’s graphics are “vector-based” which means you can size them up without losing any resolution....

The side tool tabs on the left rail of the Editor launch different features in the adjacent Editing panel.  The left tabs from top to bottom are as follows: Text: Access our full c...

The areas where you’ll find most of your editing and design controls in the PicMonkey Editor are: Top navigation Side tool tabs on the left Bottom toolbar Let's learn about each ar...

The Graphic tools menu appears when you’ve added a graphic to your canvas. The tools menu allows you to customize the look of a graphics by changing its color, cropping or erasing ...

The areas where you’ll find most of your editing and design controls in the PicMonkey Editor are: Top toolbar Side tabs Bottom toolbar Let's learn about each area and what it does:...

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