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Customize wallpaper, header, and email message

Brand Portal administrators can make limited customizations to the interface displayed to users. You can choose a specific background image (wallpaper) for the Brand Portal login page. You can also add a header image and customize asset sharing emails to match the customer’s brand.

Customize the login screen wallpaper

In the absence of a custom branded wallpaper image, a default wallpaper is displayed on the login page.
  1. From the AEM toolbar at the top, click the Adobe logo to access administrative tools.
  2. From the administrative tools panel, click
    Branding
    .
  3. On the left rail of the Configure Branding page, Wallpaper is selected by default. The default background image that appears on the login page is displayed.
  4. To add a new background image, click the
    Choose Image
    icon from the toolbar at the top.
    Do one of the following:
    • To upload an image from your computer, click
      Upload
      . Navigate to the required image and upload it.
    • To use an existing Brand Portal image, click
      Select from existing
      . Choose an image using the asset picker.
  5. Specify a header text and description for the background image. To save the changes, click
    Save
    from the toolbar at the top.
  6. From the toolbar at the top, click the
    Preview
    icon to generate a preview of the Brand Portal interface with the image.
  7. To activate or deactivate the default wallpaper, do the following in the
    Configure Branding > Wallpaper
    page:
    • To display the default wallpaper image on the Brand Portal login page, click
      Deactivate Wallpaper
      from the toolbar at the top. A message confirms that the custom image is deactivated.
    • To restore the custom image on the Brand Portal login page, click
      Activate Wallpaper
      from the toolbar. A message confirms that the image is restored.
    • Click
      Save
      to save the changes.

Customize the header

The header appears on various Brand Portal pages after you log in to Brand Portal.
  1. From the AEM toolbar at the top, click the Adobe logo to access administrative tools.
  2. From the administrative tools panel, click
    Branding
    .
  3. To customize the page header for the Brand Portal interface, on the Configure Branding page, select
    Header Image
    from the left rail. The default header image is displayed.
  4. To upload a header image, click the
    Choose Image
    icon and choose
    Upload
    .
    To use an existing Brand Portal image, choose
    Select from existing
    .
    Choose an image using the asset picker.
  5. To include a URL in the header image, specify it in the Image URL box. You can specify external or internal URLs. Internal links can also be relative links, for example, `/mediaportal.html/content/dam/mac/tenant_id/tags`. This link directs users to the tags folder. To save the changes, click
    Save
    from the toolbar at the top.
  6. From the toolbar at the top, click the
    Preview
    icon to generate a preview of the Brand Portal interface with the header image.
  7. To activate or deactivate the header image, do the following in the
    Configure Branding > Header Image
    page:
    • To prevent a header image from appearing on Brand Portal pages, click
      Deactivate Header
      from the toolbar at the top. A message confirms that the image is deactivated.
    • To make the header image reappear on Brand Portal pages, click
      Activate Header
      from the toolbar at the top. A message confirms that the image is activated.
    • Click
      Save
      to save the changes.

Customize the email messaging

When assets are shared as a link, users receive an email containing the link. Administrators can customize the messaging, that is, logo, description, and footer, of these emails.
  1. From the AEM toolbar at the top, click the Adobe logo to access administrative tools.
  2. From the administrative tools panel, click
    Branding
    .
  3. When assets are shared as links or downloaded through emails, and when collections are shared, email notifications are sent to users. To customize the email message, on the Configure Branding page, select
    Email Message
    from the left rail.
  4. To add a logo to outgoing emails, click
    Upload
    from the toolbar at the top.
  5. In the Description section, specify the email header and footer text. To save the changes, click
    Save
    from the toolbar at the top.
    If you do not use the recommended size for the logo, or if the header and footer text exceed the recommended word count, the content in the email message may appear garbled.