This article is part of the many brand control options that are available to help you adhere to your organization's branding guidelines. Read about all branding options.
Brand colours, fonts and logos can be updated from the Branding tab of the Account Settings page.
Who can use brand controls?
Only account administrators can update brand settings.
Defining and locking brand colours and fonts and disabling default templates are not available with the Standard billing plan. Controlling your logo and the Envoke logo are available with all billing plans.
If you have multiple connected accounts with Envoke, set up as subaccounts, branding needs to be defined for each account separately.
Review of branding controls
1) Your logo
Upload your logo here. You can choose to display it on top of the email preferences page and the email archives page. See option 2 below.
2) Display logo and account name
Control whether your logo and/or your account name is shown on top of the email preferences page and the email archives page.
3) Show Envoke logo
Turn the Envoke logo on or off in the footer of email messages and at the bottom of the email preferences page and the email archives page.
Define your brand colours here. They will be shown in the colour picker in the email editor to make it easy for users to use them.
Define your brand fonts here. They will be shown in the font selector in the email editor to make it easy for users to use them.
6) Lock styles
Locking fonts and colours prevents users from picking colours and fonts that aren't part of the predefined set of options chosen by administrator users in steps 4 and 5.
Limitations to locked styles:
Existing messages and templates will not be affected and may contain styles that aren't part of the brand colours defined in step 4.
Adding new buttons and links in the email editor appear in blue and new divers will be black regardless of brand colour locking. The colours of these elements can be changed later.
7) Disable system templates
By default all accounts have access to a variety of generic, built-in templates. Disabling access to these templates forces users to use a custom template created by an administrator and prevents (inadvertent) usage of non-branded, generic templates.