Status Shipped
Categories Presentations
Created by Wayne Allan
Created on Dec 30, 2016

Custom themes and styling for Presentations

At the moment the presentations look plain, it would be great to be able to apply custom CSS to these presentations to so that they could be styled to conform to the company or products brand style guide.

  • ADMIN RESPONSE
    May 27, 2020

    You can now define consistent branding to presentations in Aha! using presentation themes. Build master layouts with your logo, brand colors, font styles, and more.

    Check out the blog post for more details.

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  • Aukjan van Belkum
    May 28, 2020

    thanks for implementing! great to see this appearing in Aha!

  • Julie Edwards
    Jul 10, 2018

    This is 100% what we need.

  • Jacob Pierzynski
    Feb 7, 2018

    Yes, this is something I just inquired about the other day.  Could really use this because at this point I am not using the notebook I am exporting each part and putting it into PowerPoint so that we can have our company footer on each slide and title page with our logo.  Need options to make it look pretty for the execs!

  • Guest
    Nov 7, 2017

    +1

    Notebooks look horrible on large screens. Too much white space.

  • Donald Hasson
    Jun 30, 2017

    More customization, themes, and styles allows us to replace tools like ppt or Word because we now have live updates from Aha which is where basically all the data we care about lives already. (ref: https://big.ideas.aha.io/ideas/APP-I-1335)

Branding per Notebook

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Currently, it is possible to add your own logo to notebooks. However, our company consists of different entities that operate under different names. Unfortunately, we can only apply one logo and one set of colors. Would it be possible to set t...
Guest about 5 years ago in Presentations 2 Shipped

Define / apply company-wide style sheet for Notebooks

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We have a team of 25 product managers who create Notebooks. Each PM has to individually configure each page in a Notebook to use the applicable corporate colours. Would be much better to define a style template which can be applied at Notebook c...
Julie Edwards almost 2 years ago in Presentations 0 Shipped