Business Branding Settings

Business Branding Settings in OctopusPro

Branding plays a crucial role in defining the identity of your business. OctopusPro’s Business Branding Settings page allows you to upload and manage your company logos, enhancing your branding and ensuring a consistent look across various aspects of the system. Here’s a detailed guide to help you navigate through the branding settings.

Accessing Business Branding Settings

Navigating to Branding Settings

  • Go to the home page and select Settings.
  • Click on Company Settings.
  • Select Branding from the list of options.

Uploading Company Logos

In the Branding section, you can upload three distinct logos: the profile logo, invoice logo, and signature logo. Here’s how to do it:

Profile Logo

The profile logo is the primary logo representing your company within the system.

Uploading the Profile Logo:

  • Click on Logo Upload under the “Logo” section.
  • Choose the desired file from your computer.
  • Click Upload.

Where It’s Used:

  • This logo appears on your company’s profile and any official documentation generated within the system.
  • It’s typically the first visual representation that clients will associate with your business.

Company Invoice Logo

The invoice logo is a unique logo that can be used specifically on your invoices.

Uploading the Invoice Logo:

  • Click on Invoice Logo Upload.
  • Choose the appropriate file.
  • Click Upload.

Where It’s Used:

  • This logo is displayed on all your company’s invoices.
  • It provides an opportunity to tailor your branding specifically to billing and financial communications.

Company Signature Logo

The signature logo can be a stylized version of your signature or an additional branding element.

Uploading the Signature Logo:

  • Click on Signature Logo Upload.
  • Select the file.
  • Click Upload.

Where It’s Used:

  • This logo can be used in signatures, typically in official documents, emails, or contracts.
  • It adds a personal touch and enhances the professional look of your communications.

Important Considerations

  • Ensure that the logos are of the recommended file type and size for optimal display.
  • Consider using high-resolution images to maintain quality across various devices and print formats.
  • Remember that each logo serves a different purpose, so choose designs that align with the specific use cases described above.

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