Are you looking to change the logo on your SharePoint site? Follow our easy, step-by-step guide to enhance your brand identity and improve the user experience on your site.
To change the logo on a SharePoint site, go to the Gear icon and click on “Change the look.” In the Header section, scroll down to find the options for changing the Site Logo and the Site Logo Thumbnail. The Site Logo appears on the site itself, while the Thumbnail Logo appears in various locations within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem.
It is important to upload both logos for branding purposes and to ensure visibility in different areas. The logos can be stored in the SharePoint Site Assets Library and can be accessed through the Site Contents option in the Gear menu.
The process for updating the logo differs slightly between classic SharePoint publishing sites and modern SharePoint sites. In classic publishing sites, the logo can be updated through the Title, Description, and Icon settings under Look and Feel. In modern SharePoint sites, the logo can be changed by clicking on the cog icon, selecting “Change the look,” and then navigating to the Header section.
By following these simple steps, you can easily customize your SharePoint site logo, enhance your brand identity, and improve the overall user experience on your site.
To change the logo on your SharePoint site, you will need to upload and update logos using the Site Assets Library. The process may vary depending on whether you are using a classic publishing site or a modern SharePoint site.
For branding purposes and increased visibility, it is essential to upload both the Site Logo and the Site Logo Thumbnail. The Site Logo is the main logo that appears on your site, while the Thumbnail Logo is displayed in various locations within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem.
To access the Site Assets Library, navigate to the Gear icon and select “Change the look.” Scroll down to the Header section, where you will find options to change both logos. Here, you can upload your custom logos and save them for future use.
In classic publishing sites, updating the logo can be done through the Title, Description, and Icon settings under the Look and Feel section. However, in modern SharePoint sites, the process is slightly different. Click on the cog icon, select “Change the look,” and then navigate to the Header section to make the desired changes to your logo.
By following these steps and customizing your SharePoint site logo, you can enhance your brand identity and improve user experience. Remember to upload both the Site Logo and Thumbnail Logo through the Site Assets Library for maximum visibility throughout your SharePoint site and the Microsoft 365 ecosystem.