Customize the SharePoint and Microsoft 365 login page

In the modern era of remote work, internal brand awareness plays a key role in the understanding and recognition of a brand within an organization, among its employees, partners, and stakeholders.

With more and more employees working from home, it is important to brand the daily used applications to help them remember the values, mission, and goals of the company.

Customize SharePoint login page

Organizations using Microsoft 365 and SharePoint, can easily customize the default Microsoft login pages with the colors, images and logos from the organization.

To brand the Microsoft 365 login page do the following:

  1. Start by opening Microsoft Azure
  2. In the vertical blade click on Azure Active Directory
  3. Once in the active directory look for the Company branding in the vertical menu and click on it
  4. In the Getting Started section click in Customize
    Customize SharePoint login page

In the customization area you will find a few different options divided in 5 sections:

Section Description
Basics Customize the default sign-in experience to personalize the sign-in page for anyone signing-in to your tenant.
Layout Configure layout by choosing a pre-defined template and setting up core web page elements such as the header, footer, and styling with CSS.
Header Configure other elements such as images, text and hyperlinks inside of the header.
Footer Configure other elements such as images, text and hyperlinks inside of the footer.
Sign-In Form Configure other elements such as images, text and hyperlinks inside of the sign-in form.

Explore each one of the sections and configure the options according to your branding settings, keep in mind that you should use specific image resolutions according to the instructions next to each option.

Customize SharePoint login page

In the following image you can see how a customized login page looks like with a custom sign-in logo and a custom background image.

Customize SharePoint login page

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I've been working with Microsoft Technologies over the last ten years, mainly focused on creating collaboration and productivity solutions that drive the adoption of Microsoft Modern Workplace.

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