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Enable Custom Branding

Hi everyone. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to enable custom branding.Woman wearing a UserWay shirt is speaking, her video is in a small box in the lower left corner of the screen. This box remains throughout the video.

The main screen shows a digital film producer’s website. A slideshow of stills from the producer’s work plays throughout the tutorial.

This means that you’ll be able to remove UserWay logo from the widget footer and add your own logo.The cursor moves to the UserWay widget icon in the top right corner of the screen and clicks on it. The “Accessibility” menu appears, and the cursor highlights the UserWay logo at the bottom.
Before we start, I want you to know that custom branding is not the same as white label. You’ll find more options when you enable white label, and there’s another tutorial that you can follow. Let’s go back to our custom branding. So, click on “Manage.”The cursor clicks on the “Manage” link in the popup window’s lower left corner. The “Settings” popup menu appears.
And go to “Remove UserWay Branding.”The cursor scrolls to the “Remove UserWay Branding” link at the top of the menu. That window appears.
Scroll all the way down, and in “Show Your Logo,” click “Enable Now.”The cursor scrolls to the bottom of the window to the “Show Your Logo” heading and clicks the “Enable Now” button.

The “My Sites” menu appears, listing all sites managed by the user. All are toggled to the green “on” position.

Here you will select in which sites you want to change your logo. Remember that I’m talking about the logo that you can see in the widget footer. It’s this one right here.The cursor highlights the UserWay logo in the lower right corner of the window.
So, select your site. In this tutorial, I’m just going to change the logo of one of my sites. So, I’m going to deselect all. And just select one site. Then, click on “Next.”The cursor moves to the top toggle, “Deselect All” and clicks it. All the site toggles switch to the gray “off” position. The cursor clicks one of the site toggles, which switches to the green “on” position. The cursor clicks the “Next” button.
And you’ll see an estimate price based on the current traffic levels. Pricing for custom branding is $10 per site per 30K page loads a month, with even lower prices for high-traffic sites. Also remember that custom branding is separate from white label pricing. Then, click on “Next,” and add your credit card details.The pricing menu appears.

The cursor clicks the “Next” button and the menu expands to include a credit card form.

Then click in “Pay” to complete your payment. Once payment is completed, you can add your own logo.The cursor clicks the “Pay Securely” button. The “Upload Custom Logo” window appears.
Select the file from your completer or drag and drop it like I’m doing.The cursor appears from off-screen right, dragging an image file. It moves to the drag-and-drop area in the top-center of the window and releases the file. The custom logo appears.
You can also link your logo, so I’m going to add my site, and click on “Save.”The cursor highlights the “Link Your Logo” space in the window and pastes the site URL. The cursor clicks the “Save” button. The “Successfully Uploaded” confirmation window appears.
And from here we can also quickly change the main color.The cursor clicks the “Donation” toggle, and then the “close widget” icon.
Right now, we just have the “Donate” link that we can also hide. I’m going to close the widget, refresh the site, and show you what you will see.The cursor clicks the “Change Main Color” button. A color swatch selector appears with the blue range featured.
So, instead of this blue, let’s grab another light blue. Press “Enter” to save.The cursor clicks on aqua in the spectrum selector, the clicks a light area of the aqua range.
And that’s it.The cursor clicks the back arrow and the “Settings” menu appears.
If you want to change your logo again in “Widget Settings,” go to “Remove User[Way] Branding,” and in “Show Your Logo” you can check the billing, the sites where you have changed your logo, and, if you click on “Configure,” you’re back to uploading your custom logo.The cursor clicks the “Remove UserWay Branding” option in the “Settings” menu. That window appears. The cursor highlights the options, then clicks on “Configure” under the “Show Your Logo” heading.
You can enable custom branding by clicking on the “One Day Free Trial.” Or, if you go to “My Sites,” here you can select in which sites you want to enable custom branding. You can do everything from here. And you can add a different logo to each site.The “Settings” menu appears. The cursor clicks on the “My Sites” link in the Settings Window; that window appears.
I’ll show you. Let’s preview this site first.The cursor clicks the arrow next to one of the sites listed. The site loads.
I’ll show you. Let’s preview this site first.The cursor clicks the arrow next to one of the sites listed. The site loads.
Gonna click on the widget.The cursor clicks on the UserWay widget icon in the site’s upper right corner. The “Settings” menu appears, with the UserWay logo displayed in the lower right corner
This is UserWay logo; we haven’t added our own custom branding. So, let’s go back to the previous site.The screen returns to the original website’s “My Sites” menu.
And bring your mouse over to this site and click on the gear.The cursor moves to the listing for the site where custom branding was previously enabled. The cursor clicks the gear icon for this site. The “Site Settings” window appears with the custom logo displayed.
Then go to Custom Branding.The cursor moves to the “Custom Branding” menu item and clicks it. That menu appears.
And click on “Enable Custom Branding.”The cursor clicks the “Enable Custom Branding” button. The price estimate window appears
Then complete your payment.The cursor clicks the “Next” button and the “Custom Branding Settings” window appears.
Payment is completed, so you can add a new logo for this site or select from below other logos that you have uploaded. I’m gonna drag a new one.The cursor appears from off-screen right, dragging an image file. It releases the file in the “Drag and Drop” area. The new logo appears.
Also, add a link. And save it.The link to the new site corresponding to the new logo is pasted into the link window. The cursor clicks the “Next” button
Let’s go back to the site to see the changes.The screen refreshes to the original web site.
I can’t see any changes yet.The UserWay logo and thumbnail links to other videos on the UserWay site overlay portions of the website. The “Accessibility” menu is displayed, showing the UserWay logo.
But, if I refresh the site, click on the widget, and there’s the new logoThe site refreshes. The cursor clicks the widget, and the Accessibility window now shows the newly uploaded logo.
To learn how to customize your widget’s look and feel, enable white label, agency mode and other upgrades, check out the links in the description below.The host appears in full screen, with the overlaid thumbnail images and the UserWay logo.
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