Adding your logo to ScheduleOnce

This article is updated to our latest release, which is being rolled out to all Users gradually. 

If you see a Schedule button  in the top navigation menu, you are viewing the updated version of OnceHub. Otherwise, you can expect to see this in the near future. Please contact us with any questions.

The ScheduleOnce Theme designer allows you to fully customize the look and feel of your Booking pages and Master pages.

You can add your logo to your Booking pages from the Theme designer. Your logo can be added to any of the out-of-the-box System themes, or any Custom theme that you create. Your Customers will see your logo in the top left corner of the page when they access your Booking pages or Master pages, ensuring that the scheduling experience is completely under your brand. 

Figure 1: Booking page with OnceHub logo 

Adding your logo to a theme

  1. Go to Setup -> ScheduleOnce setup and open the lefthand sidebar.
  2. In the Tools section, select Theme designer.
  3. Select the System theme or Custom theme that you would like to add your logo to (Figure 1).
    Figure 1: Selecting a theme
  4. In the Core properties section, click the Choose image button (Figure 2).
    Figure 2: Choose an image for your Header logo
  5. Select the image that you would like to use for your Booking page logo. The recommended size of the Header logo is 200px wide by 50px high.

If you would like to use different branding for different Booking pages, you can create multiple themes with different logos. Each of your Booking pages can have its own theme with its own logo. 

Using a link with your logo

You can also define a link for your logo in your Booking page's Public content section or your Master page's Public content section.

If your Customer clicks on the logo on your Booking page or Master page, a new tab will open with the website you defined. 

Note

If you have added a website to the Public content section of your Master page, it will override any website added in the Public content section of any Booking pages you include in the Master page

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