Our Brand Settings allow you to upload you own logos, and fonts so that your signs can match your brand. To set your Brand Settings, you can click on the gear icon in the upper right hand corner of your dashboard and click Settings . Your user must have permissions to Edit Company Settings to be able to upload or delete company logos or fonts.
Under Settings, you can find the Brand Settings under the Company Settings tab, allowing you to upload your own Brand Logo that will be replaced automatically in templates, as well as the ability to upload your own Fonts to be used in the MangoSigns Slide Editor.
To upload your Brand Logo, you can click the Upload Image button under the Brand Settings -> Brand logo section.
You can select an image from your computer, mobile device, or one that is available online.
After uploading your logo, you should see it appear in the Brand Logo Section.
Templates that have a brand logo set within them, should now display your company logo that you have uploaded.
To upload your own fonts that you own or are licensed to use, you can upload them to the Brand fonts section under your Brand Settings.
To upload your fonts, navigate to Brand Settings and under the Brand fonts section, click on the Upload Font button. From there you can upload a font from your computer to use in your content and slides within the MangoSigns editor.
We current support OTF, TTF, and WOFF, font formats, so the fonts must end in a file extension of .otf, .ttf, .woff, or .woff2
Once you click the Upload Font button, you will be asked to provide a name for your font. The name you type will allow you to identify the fonts in the MangoSigns slide editor. You will be asked if you have license/rights to use the font, Click the checkbox to confirm that you do, and click Upload font, to upload it to your account.
Once the font has been uploaded, you will see it available in your list of fonts on your account under Brand Fonts. The Font will also now be available in the MangoSigns Slide Editor under the Text app, as well as in the Text settings in the font selection dropdown when highlight text in the slide editor. To delete a font, click on the trash can icon to the right of the font.
* Please note that if you delete a font, the font will no longer render on any of the slides that use it. You will need to upload the font again and name it the same name as it was previously for the slides to use the font again.