“White Label” your account with the custom branding module.
Required: Custom Branding is an add-on to the Web Premium subscription. To add a subscription or add-on to your account, contact Tom Flynn at 732-868-8463.
Custom branding allows you to extend Bullseye’s standard branding options in order to white label the Bullseye app - by changing the apps colors, logos, and favicon to match your branding, and providing the ability to configure custom messages for users throughout the registration and login process, and throughout the Admin. This allows you and your partners to log in and experience the app as your own. To get started with custom branding, contact us to add the custom branding module to your account.
Once the module is enabled, you’ll see several new fields in addition to the Logo, Chat, and Custom Login Footer options that are available with any paid subscription in the Branding section of the Account page.
To configure custom branding, click Edit at the top of the Branding tab on the Account page.
In edit mode, you can turn options on and off and configure messaging.
Upload a logo to be used on registration and login pages, and throughout the Admin. Upload a favicon to be used on the browser tab.
Select a custom color to use instead of Bullseye red on links, menu items, and graphic elements throughout the Dashboard and the login page.
Select this option to display a Bullseye support chat widget on the login page and in the sidebar that displays throughout the Admin. This allows administrators and users to chat with Bullseye support if they encounter issues. When branding is configured, the chat badge is gray so it doesn’t compete with branding colors
Select this option to display Bullseye’s Knowledgebase and API documentation links in the sidebar that appears throughout the Admin.
Custom Login Footer
Use the HTML editor to configure a message for users that displays on the login page. You might use this to link to a support site to assist with password issues.
Custom Admin Footer
Use the HTML editor to configure a message for users that displays in the footer throughout the Admin. You might use this to display a message about data privacy throughout the Admin, for example.
Use the HTML editor to configure a message for users that displays in the sidebar throughout the Admin. You might use this to display links throughout the Admin to helpful documentation hosted on your website for example.
Click on Save. Now you’ll see the branding section populated with your images, branding color, selected options, and configured messages - note the custom admin footer in the screenshot below.
That’s all you need to do to brand the Bullseye Dashboard, Admin, and location pages as your own.