All prices will be billed and all amounts payable will be in U.S. dollars. Prices displayed in other currencies are based on a current estimate, are for reference only, and are not binding in any way. Any discounts are reflected in the price as stated. Annual plans are billed on an annual basis. Monthly plans are billed on a monthly basis. If you or Issuu cancels your subscription, you are not entitled to a refund of any subscription fees that were already charged for a subscription period that has already begun.
Frequently asked questions
All you need to start using Issuu is a document to upload and share with your audience. If you do not have any document yet you can create one using our free templates, or use Canva and share your creation directly to Issuu with our Canva integration. You can find more information on how to publish, share and analyze your content under the Getting Started section in Help Center.
Only the Optimum plan comes with unlimited public and Unlisted publications. Basic, Starter and Premium plan contain only 1 Unlisted publication (the public uploads however are unlimited).
After you have successfully canceled your paid subscription, your account will be downgraded to the free Basic plan on the date of the next renewal. On that date, all the paid features will stop being available on your account, i.e. embeds will be greyed out and readers will be redirected to the publication on issuu.com, all the ads will be visible, etc.
However, if you have more than 1 Unlisted document and stop paying for more Unlisted (with an add-on or an Optimum plan) these private documents will stay Unlisted.
Read More, Popular Now, Similar to will always remain on the screen when reading the publication on issuu.com regardless of the plan. The difference for Premium and Optimum users is that the flipbook itself is bigger due to the removal of banner ads next to the publication. If you want to avoid the Read more, Popular now and Similar to when sharing your flipbook then share it as a Shareable Full Screen Reader link.
Please note it is not possible to remove the Issuu logo from the publication window navigation bar (neither with Full Screen Reader or embeds), on none of the Issuu plans.
Unfortunately, there is no trial period available. To try the paid Issuu features we recommend subscribing for one of the Monthly plans and canceling the subscription so it will not renew automatically.
We do recommend checking our refund policy under our Terms of Service.
We accept major credit and debit cards and PayPal as methods of payment. Accepted credit and debit cards include: Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, JCB, Discover, Diners Club.
We do not accept any other payment method such as bank transfers, invoices, wire transfers, purchase orders, or cheques.
The subscription will renew automatically so if you do not want to continue with the paid subscription remember to cancel it before the new renewal date.
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Tina Meldahl, Graphic / UX-designer at Kurér Grafisk
“No one compares to Issuu. During the pandemic, digital media is king, and we found great engagement with our Issuu publications across our web, social, and email campaigns.”
Lucas Di Rocco, Corporate Communications Coordinator at Advocis
From easily embedding magazines online to sharing our content across social media, its helped us reach wider audiences, drive user engagement, and stay ahead of the digital curve.
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"We’ve used Issuu for years - but in 2020 it was the foundation for our brochure strategy. It enabled us to personalise content, track the response & display our beautiful travel magazines."
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