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    Article Overview

    The following article describes EasySend's platform branding capabilities. 

    What is Branding?

    The branding feature gives you the ability to have multiple favicons and domains per process and business group.

    For example, an insurance company has two processes on the same server:

    • A pet insurance process
    • A car insurance process

    Using the branding feature, we can create a different link for each process and also assign a different favicon:

    •, and a favicon with an image of an animal. 
    •, and a favicon with an image of a car. 

    Both of those processes are running on the same server, but under a different Domain Name System (DNS) while using different favicons.

    For additional information about the feature, to enable and configure it, please contact one of our teams.

    Implementation - Customer Settings

    The following sections describe the Customer Settings screen that we use to implement branding.

    If you do not have access to the Customer Settings screen, please contact our support team.


    (See Figure 1)

    Branding implementation is done through the Customer Settings screen starting with the Brands section.

    Each customer gets a default Theme without a favicon, and in addition can add up to 12 brands, each one will require a unique name and a favicon:

    Figure 1: Brands Section

    • A favicon type must be:
      • ico
      • png
      • svg
    • A favicon size must be:
      • 16X16
      • 32X32


    (See Figure 2)

    In the Customer Settings screen, under the Environments section, you can add more than one URL per environment, each URL will be associated with a brand:

    Figure 2: Environments Section

    Brand Association 

    (See Figure 3 and Figure 4)

    There are a number of resources that can be associated with a brand, for example:

    • Processes, using the Process Settings screen:

    Figure 3: Process Settings Screen

    • Business groups, using the Process Manager screen:

    Figure 4: Process Manager Screen

    Since brands can be associated with other resources, when deleting a brand (using the Customer Settings screen) it will also delete the association of those resources to the brand.

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