How to customize shared links and emails with custom branding

This feature is only available to customers on Dropbox Professional, Standard, Advanced and Enterprise plans.

With branded sharing, you can present shared files and folders with your logo, organization name, and a background image, to help establish your professional brand with clients.

Note: If you’re a member of a Dropbox team account, your admin may control branded sharing settings for your entire team

How to set up and edit branded sharing

When someone receives a direct sharing invitation by email or views a shared link, they’ll see the branding elements you’ve added to your account settings.

To set up branding:

  1. Sign in to dropbox.com
  2. Click your avatar (profile picture or initials) in the top-right corner.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click the Branding tab.
  5. Click Upload a logo to upload your organization’s logo.
  6. Click Choose a background.  You can select a color, add a custom color or upload an image. 
  7. Click Save changes.
  8. Toggle between Shared File, Shared Folder, and Email to preview the views of your branding.

Note: Logos and background images will only appear when sharing presentations, documents, or image files.

 

To edit branding:

  1. Sign in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click your avatar (profile picture or initials) in the top-right corner.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click the Branding tab.
  5. Click X on the upper right of the company logo to change or remove your organization’s logo.
  6. Click X on the upper right of the Background image to change or remove the image that will appear on your splash screen.
  7. Click Save. 
  8. Toggle between Shared File, Shared Folder, and Email to preview the views of your branding. 

How to share with your branding

Your professional branding will be included every time you share with a direct invitation. Just share a file or folder as you normally would, and the recipient will see your branding in their email notification. If you have set a background image with your branding, it will appear behind the file or folder preview the recipient is viewing.

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