SharePoint Online Branding

Branding SharePoint Online

Branding your SharePoint Online sites to not look like SharePoint is more difficult than it was on SharePoint on-premises. The platform is constantly updated, and these updates can break your branding or even render your site unusable. How can we apply a consistent organizational identify across multiple sites in SharePoint Online? Eric Overfield, President & Co-Founder of PixelMill discusses options for branding SharePoint Online to avoid these issues.

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This video is a part of RecordPoint’s Expert Interview Series. In this series, we speak with top Microsoft industry experts about topics related to compliance, governance, collaboration, and information management.

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