In SharePoint the site logo is not only displayed on the site, but is also displayed in other locations like SharePoint Home, and helps users identify the site. This video demonstrates changing the site logo.
- [Instructor] The logo for a site sits up here…in the upper left-hand corner, and it's simply…the first letter of the name of the site.…So, in this case, Sales, it's simply the letter S.…If we go to SharePoint home we'll see, for example,…that Sales Showcase, S-S, Policy Review, P-R, and so forth.…But, if you'll note, Residential Sales…actually has a logo that's a house.…Solar Installs has a logo that is the KinetEco logo.…
If we click on Residential Sales, the site that was…created previously, you'll see that that logo…that appears in SharePoint home also appears here.…So rather then simply using the letters,…it's better to have an icon that represents your site.…And that would be your site logo.…So let's return to Sales and I'll show you quickly how you…change the site logo, it's the same for all modern sites.…Click the gear button, go to site information,…and the edit site information panel will open…and it says, well here's your current site…logo, do you want to change this?…Now, I'll tell you that if you remove this site logo,…
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