About branding settings

What do branding settings consist of?

Custom branding settings consist of the elements specific to your branding, which you use most commonly throughout your campaigns. Thanks to your branding, your readers can see at a glance that the mailing is yours. Setting your own branding here makes creating new mailing materials easier, as those settings would be suggested or defined beforehand. Of course, you will always have the option to change those settings for every new content you create. It is the easiest way to finish your mailings afterwards.

How do branding settings work in Flexmail?

In Flexmail, you can define the colours (your own colour palette) you use the most throughout your communication. These colours will appear by default for every new message, form, survey, etc. This is recommendable and very useful for Flexmail accounts with different users. Your emails will always be recognisable, regardless of who created them.

Besides the branding settings, you can adjust your opt-in forms, public profile page, and unsubscribe page to your branding colours, set a background image, and add your logo. Via the preview, you can also see immediately what these various pages will look like after the adjustment.

In addition to the basic colour palette, you can define some elements for forms and surveys separately. Those elements consist of the language, font, colours, banner, and notification options for forms and surveys in particular. The settings will be applied by default, but you can always change them for every new form and survey you create.

For messages created with Wizard template, you can make your branding settings for the banner, choose a default template, and set the colour for every element in that template. The settings will be applied to all Wizard template messages you create, but again, you can change them for every new message.

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