Branding Module Overview

In the Branding module in the Kore Enterprise Admin Console, you can customize the user home page and any user emails to display your organizational logo. You can also customize the content in the initial Kore enrollment email, as well as the Terms Standard Usage Policy, to include, if desired, a company Supplemental Terms of Use policy.

The following illustration shows an example of the Branding module with the Logo page displayed.

In This Module

The Branding module is comprised of the following pages:

  • Logo Page

    On the Logo page in the Branding module in the Kore Enterprise Admin Console, you can define the logo displayed to your Kore users on the mobile or desktop Kore application home page, and in emails sent to users generated by Kore, such as user enrollment invitation emails, validation emails, and so forth.

  • Usage Policy Page

    On the Usage Policy page in the Branding module of the Kore Enterprise Admin Console, you can view the Kore Standard Usage Policy and Terms of Service agreement that all Kore users must accept before they can use the Kore application. You can customize the Kore Standard Usage Policy for your company by adding a company-specific Supplemental Usage Policy and Terms of Agreement.

  • Email Templates Page

    On the Email Templates page in the Branding module in the Kore Enterprise Admin Console, you can create and modify the Kore invitation template sent to the email address or mobile telephone that you defined to invite a customer or employee to become a Kore user. The invitation can contain a customized message and a link or button that the user can use to begin the Kore enrollment process. You can also enable and configure reminder emails for users invited to join your domain on Kore, but haven't completed user enrollment. In addition, if enrolled users become inactive, you can enable and configure email notifications about the inactivity with an update on account and coworker activity.

Next Steps

To get started with the Branding module, you should define your company logo displayed in the Kore user home page or client, and in any emails sent to the user, such as an enrollment invitation. For more information, see Defining Your Company Logo.

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