New Feature: White Label Themes for External Dashboards

New Feature: White Label Themes for External Dashboards
Key 'Takeaways' From This Post
  • New update for the White-Label Dashboards with 'Themes'
  • Choose a color theme that matches your company brand
  • Watch the video to learn all about this new update

We’ve just released color themes for White-Label Dashboards, which means you can better apply your own branding to external reports. This is really useful if you want to share reports on an external URL, but still retain your company branding.

Apply a color theme to your Location Dashboard

We released a white-label version of the Location Dashboard last month. This meant you could combine reports for any location & share them on an external URL for clients.

We’ve had great feedback, but you’ve also told us you want more options than the default color scheme – which doesn’t always match your company branding.

Today that problem is a thing of the past!

SEO reports with your logo & color scheme

When you apply a theme, you’ll be able to send external URL reports to clients that not only includes the reports you want them to see, but it will also be customized with a color scheme that closely matches your own branding (like the example below):


Choose from 4 themes to match your brand

As shown in the video, you can choose from the following 4 themes:

  • Default
  • Minimal
  • Red Mist
  • The Blues


Please note that any existing White-Label profiles will be automatically updated to minimal, which has a neutral pallet that is a good fit for many brands. If you want to choose any of the other themes then you can update these at any time in your White-Label profile.

White-Label dashboards are available to all Multi Business & SEO Pro customers.

We hope you enjoy this new update! Let us know if you have any comments or questions!

Ross Marchant
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Ross is the former Marketing Manager for BrightLocal. With 9+ years SEO and content experience, Ross spearheaded the marketing and CRM initiatives which focus heavily on creating useful and informative content. Ross coordinated the research program at BrightLocal which delivers unique insights into both the SEO industry and local consumer behaviours.