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Editor branding

Learn how to whitelabel the Editor with your own branding.

Note: We’re transitioning to Workspaces, and this lesson has been updated to reflect that change. Visit the Workspaces blog post to read more about these updates and changes. 
If your account hasn’t yet switched over to Workspaces, please visit our legacy lesson about Editor branding. You can also learn how to check if your account is on Workspaces.
This video features an old UI. Updated version coming soon!

By default, the Editor is branded with the Webflow logo. For sites on Growth or Agency Workspaces, you can whitelabel the Editor with your own branding.

In this lesson, you’ll learn: 

  1. How to add your own Editor branding 
  2. How to reset or replace the Editor branding 
The Editor toolbar includes a brand logo and links to Pages, Collections, Forms, Settings, Help & Support, and Log out. 
Important: Whitelabeling the Editor is not supported for Ecommerce sites.

How to add your own Editor branding 

To upload your own logo to the Webflow Editor, go to Site settings > Members tab > Branding and click Upload logo

Important: When you enable whitelabeling (i.e., custom branding) on your site, any content editors you invite to your site will not receive an email invitation from Webflow. Instead, you’ll need to provide them with a direct link to edit your site. Learn more about inviting content editors.
The branding section includes a logo preview, an “upload logo” button, and image size and format instructions.

How to reset or replace the Editor branding

You can reset to the default Webflow logo at any time by visiting Site settings > Members tab > Branding and clicking Reset logo. You can also replace your custom logo by clicking Replace logo.

The branding section contains an uploaded custom logo. The “replace logo” and “reset logo” buttons are highlighted.
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