Add Your Logo to Your Emails

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Add your company's logo to Act-On so you can then re-use it in emails, saving you time with every message you create.

Choose a Logo to Use

Logos will display at the top of your email message.

As a best practice, logos should not be any wider than the width of your message (600px).

If your brand uses a logo image with a transparent background, we also recommend reviewing how to design an email for dark mode for some key considerations on your images.

Upload Your Logo

  1. Go to Content > Branding > Logos.
  2. Click +Add.
  3. Next, add your logo in one of two ways:
    • Upload a file from your computer: Click Select File and choose the logo image you wish to use.
    • From your company's website:
      • Add your company's full URL in Search URL (e.g.
      • In the pop-up, choose the logo image.
      • If you cannot find the right image, try another URL or ask your company's graphics team for an image to upload
  4. Enter any attributes you want to include when your logo is displayed. Name is required.
  5. Click Save when you are finished.

If you have multiple logos, you can select a default logo by hovering over your saved logo and clicking the check box icon.

Add Your Logo to an Email

To add your Logo to a message:

  1. In the message composer, go to Design.
  2. Go to Stationery.
  3. Find Align Logo and use the drop-down to choose the alignment for your image: left, right, center, or suppressed.

Your default logo will be added to the top of your email. 

To use a different logo:

  1. Hover over the logo element and click the pencil icon.
  2. Click on the logo you wish to use.

Edit Your Logo

You may want to edit your logo, for example, resizing it to work better in an email.

  1. Go to Content > Branding > Logos.

  2. Find the logo you want to edit, click the  (More Actions) and select Open with image editor:

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  3. Here you can resize the logo and carry out many other edits. See the Using the Image Editor for details.

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