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Customize Names and Colours of Pages in ZoomSphere

Get to know how to change names of your Pages in ZoomSphere and choose different colours to show on graphs

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Written by Tereza
Updated over a week ago

Do you want your reports and analysis to be visually appealing and understandable? To match the colours of your products or brands?

Then you should know that in ZoomSphere, you can assign any colour to individual pages. 😎 How? Let's take a look.

When comparing different brands, for example, in Benchmarking app, it is useful to represent individual brands in a certain colour.

πŸ‘‰ The master account can access the main Settings, and in the Social media channels tab select the page they want to edit by clicking on the three dots and Edit Channel.

You can also easily change the name of your site in this step. This can be useful, for example, if you are comparing your own pages and have different pages of the same name for different countries (global page). Changing the name of your site does not affect the name of the page visible on the social network.

If you want to change the colour of the selected page, click on the input with the HEX code.

Now you can select any colour, and change its tone and brightness.

πŸ’‘ If you want to set your brand's colour, you need to know the HEX code or use a picker in one of the web applications that will easily find your code. Then click on the original code and make the change.

In these steps, we've described how to change the pages you own. What if you want to set up external pages for a Benchmarking or Analytics app? You don't have to worry about anything; the procedure is the same.

The only difference is that you need to set up the action directly in the Benchmarking or Analytics app.

Open your app, click the settings button in the upper right corner and click the settings icon βš™οΈ for a specific social media channel.

Now all you have to do is change the name or colour, according to the procedure we have already explained.

And you're done, you can enjoy your customized graphs and reports. πŸŽ‰ πŸ™‚

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