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Customizing webinar branding settings Follow

Overview

You can customize your webinar registration page with a color scheme, title, banner, logo, and speaker information, including descriptions and profile pictures for up to three speakers. The speaker information is also included in the webinar invitation email and webinar attendee confirmation email.

You can also designate a post attendee URL that users will be redirected to from the Zoom launcher page and customize the social media description that will be included when your registration link is shared on Facebook or LinkedIn.

Users can customize these settings when you schedule a webinar that requires registration. Admins can customize account-level webinar branding settings. Admins can also customize webinar email settings.

This article covers:

Prerequisites

Accessing webinar branding settings

Specific webinar

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Webinars
  3. Click on the title of the webinar.
  4. Click the Branding tab.
  5. Customize the webinar branding settings.

Account

To access webinar branding settings for all users in the account:

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal as an admin with the privilege to edit account settings.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Account Management then Webinar Settings.
  3. Customize the webinar branding settings.
    Note: At the account level, you can only customize branding settings for Banner, Logo, and Theme. Customizing these settings will apply them as defaults for all users in the account. Users will be able to change these settings for their webinars.

Webinar branding settings

After you access webinar branding settings for a specific webinar or access account-level settings, you can customize these settings:

Title 

By default, the title for your webinar registration is Webinar Registration. Click Edit to change the webinar title, then click Save.

Banner

You can add a banner which will be displayed at the top of your invitation page. It needs to meet the following requirements:

  • Format: GIF, JPG/JPEG, or 24-bit PNG (alpha/transparency allowed)
  • Dimensions: 640px by 200px (suggested), 1280px by 400px (maximum)
  • Maximum file size: 1024KB
  1. In the Banner section, click Upload.
  2. Locate and select a banner image on your computer.
    It will automatically upload and appear on the registration page. If it does not, please ensure that it meets the requirements.

Logo

You can add a logo which will be displayed on the right side of your registration page. It needs to meet the following requirements:

  • Format: GIF, JPG/JPEG, or 24-bit PNG (alpha/transparency allowed)
  • Dimensions: 640px by 200px (suggested), 1280px by 400px (maximum)
  • Maximum file size: 1024KB
  1. In the Logo section, click Upload.
  2. Locate and select the logo on your computer.
    It will automatically upload and appear on the registration page. If it does not, please ensure that it meets the requirements.

Speaker information

  1. In the Speakers section, click Add a speaker.
  2. Click Upload, navigate to portrait of the speaker, and click Open to upload the image.
  3. Enter the speaker’s full name, title, organization, and a biography of up to 400 characters.
  4. Click Save.
  5. If you want to add more speakers, click Add another speaker, then repeat steps 1-4.

You can information for up to 3 speakers. If you already have 3 speakers listed, the Add another speaker link does not display.

The webinar invitation email and webinar attendee confirmation email also include information about the speakers.

Note: If your account administrator has edited the Invite Attendee Email template or the Registrants Confirmation Email template on the Webinar Settings page, the speaker information is not included in these emails. To show the speaker information in these emails, the administrator must edit these email templates and use the Restore button.

Theme

  1. In the Theme section, click Change Theme.
  2. Choose one of the predefined themes or click Custom to create a theme with your own colors.
    If you click Custom, the Change Theme dialog opens, where you can use the color controller to choose your own colors for the Background, Header Text, and Button Color.
  3. Click Save.

Post attendee URL

Attendees who access the webinar from the join link and do not close the launcher window will be redirected to the post attendee URL after 10 minutes.  These instructions explain how to set the post attendee URL for an individual webinar. You can also designate a post attendee URL for all webinars or all meetings on your account. Learn more.

  1. In the Post Attendee URL section, click Edit.
  2. Enter the URL that you want attendees redirected to. 
  3. Click Save.

Post webinar survey

The Post Webinar Survey field allows you to set a URL that opens in a new browser window or tab in for attendees at the end of the webinar.

  1. Toggle the Post Webinar Survey option to on (blue).
  2. Enter the URL of your survey or the page that you would like to open at the end.
  3. Click Save.

Social media share description

  1. In the Social Media Share Description section, click Edit.
  2. Customize your social media share description:
    • Enter the description that you would like to be included when the webinar is shared on Facebook or LinkedIn.
    • Check if you would like the banner to be included on Facebook or LinkedIn.
  3. Click Save.

Changing the language of the registration page

The webinar registration page will be shown in the language of the registrant's Zoom profile, if available. Otherwise, the page will be shown in the language of the user's browser/operating system. Learn how to change your language on the Zoom website.