The Editor serves as the area where you can create and edit your single designs. Below, we've outlined a list of what you can find and use to your advantage in the Editor.
The Toolbar is the menu located on the left side of the screen. You can add layers to your creatives from here, like text, photos, CTA's, and so on. Let's take a look at watch each section has to offer on the Toolbar.
Whether you start your creative from blank or a template, you can always come back to this section to browse or select a different template.
Select from a heading, subheading, or body text. You can attribute specific font styles to the styles using the Brand Kit. Additionally, you can select from a variety of text presets.
The Elements Tab allows you to add layers to your creatives, such as:
- Shutterstock Photos
- Stock Photos
- My Uploads
Add and store licensed elements or assets you need to work with. You can check the file type requirements here.
This section offers an array of CTA's that you can use or edit.
Choose the type of background you'd like to use, whether a solid color, gradients, textures, or images.
Use the Animator to apply Animation templates to your design. Check out this link (insert animation art link) to learn more about Creatopy's Magic Animator.
- Brand Kit
The Brand Kit section will grant you easy access to your brand assets, such as color palettes, fonts, logos, and licensed elements.
Create Ad variations with the help of CSV files. Check out this article to learn more about our Feed Ad Builder.
You can link your account with a cloud storage service that will allow you to fetch your assets quicker.
The resizer is where you can change the measurements of your design or create custom sizes. Additionally, you can select multiple sizes and create a set based on your selection.
This section outlines the shortcuts available in the platform to ensure a smoother workflow.
Whenever you select a layer from your creative, a Properties Bar will pop up on the staging area. The options available on the bar will vary, depending on the nature of the selected layer.