If you set a default logo and social links in your Omnisend account, we will automatically populate this information into your campaigns and automation emails. You will have your logo or your social links available in any email you send in the future.

Read this article to learn, how to set a default logo or social links in Omnisend.
 

Before You Start

With Omnisend, you have an option to manually insert your brand logo each time you send an email with campaigns or automation, or you can automate that step by adding a default logo feature to your account. You will be able to use it in the following content block:

  • Header

You can also set default social links in your account and they will be available in the following content blocks:

  • Header
  • Footer
  • Social

Setting Default Logo and Social Links

To add a default logo or social links to your account, go to My account > Settings > Contact information:

Logo

In the Contact information page click Select image and add your company logo. Once added, you will have options to replace it or remove it any time:

You will then have your company logo populated in campaigns and automation as you set it up in your account settings. If you are editing a draft, you will be able to easily add default logo with a button Add default logo:

We strongly recommend you to add your company's logo to the emails you send to your customers, to help people immediately recognize your brand!
 

Social Links

To add default social links, click, Add social link in your Contact information page:

You will be able to add various social links to your account, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other which will keep your customers more engaged!
 
Social links will be populated in campaigns and automation as you set it up in your account settings. If you are editing a draft, you will be able to easily add default social links with a button Add default social links:

Each time you set a new default logo or social links, it will be populated to your campaigns and automation emails.
 


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