Canva: ‘Virtual Postcards’ From the 2020 Olympics will Be ‘Virtual’ and Include the ‘Postcard Stamps’
Canva is the new wave of digital postcards from the 2020 Summer Olympics, and it’s launching the first ever virtual postcards that will allow fans to share their images with friends via an Instagram feed.
The company says it’s working on new technology to ensure that the images won’t be “distributed by the wrong people or taken down by the right people.”
The first virtual post cards will be available for preorder on May 30th, 2020.
The digital postcard will feature photos from the event as well as postcards and postcards stamps from other places in the world, including a special postcard stamp for each medalist, according to the company.
The first “virtual postcard” will feature images from the Olympic Games as well the postcards, stamps, and postcard stamps from around the world.
It will also include a special stamp for every medalist.
The company also announced that it is working on an app for users of its virtual post card service.
Users will be able to post images, photos, and text in their own Instagram feed, as well create an avatar and upload their own photos.
Canva will also be rolling out a new “virtual stamps” service, which will include stamps from the Olympics and other places, as part of the digital post card offerings.
“We will be rolling them out in phases,” the company said.
“First, we’ll start rolling them on Instagram and then we’ll roll them on Canva.
And then, once we have them on the Canva platform, we will begin rolling them in phases on the virtual stamps platform.”
The company says the new stamps will allow users to post to Instagram the same postcards they would post to the official Canva Instagram account, and to post them in their Instagram profile.
The stamps will also allow users from all over the world to post the same image to their own feed, and can be used as a way to create a personalized experience for friends and followers of the photo.
The virtual post-cards will be rolled out across the country and will be priced at $1.99 each.
The first digital post cards are expected to ship in May 2020.