Branding and style

Because Tines pages are typically distributed to end users who may not be members of the Tines tenant, it's important for them to look and feel like your organization.

Customizing the page style 

Use the controls in the top left of the page editor, under ‘Page style’, to style the page.

You can apply a custom:

  • Logo, which will appear at the top of the page

  • Background color, which will display behind the page

  • Action color, which will be used to tint certain interactive elements like buttons.

Consistent styling across pages 

Because some complicated workflows may display different pages to different audiences, we allow for each page having its own unique style and brand.

To quickly share branding between different pages in a Story, copy and paste an existing page to inherit its style configuration.

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