Custom Branding

Custom Branding

You can add your own logo or background to meetings and webinars:

  1. Start an ad-hoc meeting or a test webinar
  2. Navigate to the Settings (gear) and select Custom Branding:
    Custom Branding
  3. Follow the on-screen directions on the window to upload your own logo or background image

This will change your logo on the upper left-hand corner and the background image on the main meeting or webinar area:

Logo and background changed

To remove the custom logo or backround navigate to Settings > Custom Branding > click Recycle bin icon

Remove logo

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