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Branding is the face of your business. It leaves a first impression and has the power to even alter your customer's buying decision.

Your brand can be imprinted in your customer's mind that the moment they hear of your business, they won't be able to help from envisioning your logo and theme. Hence it's safe to say that your branding can make or break your business.

Chargebee is willing to go above and beyond to help you achieve your branding goals for your customers.

With Chargebee, you can set up your brand's logo, icon and color theme in Emails, Invoice, Credit Notes, Hosted Pages and Customer Self Service Portal.


Branding can be set up for Email Notifications V2 and Invoices.

Set up Branding 

Setting up your Branding elements in Chargebee is easy. The following steps will take you through the process.

Step 1:

Navigate to Settings > Configure Emails and Invoice > Customize Brand Styles.

Click Customize brand and it will take you to the page where you need to upload the logo and the icon.

  • While designing your emails using Email notifications V2, you can choose from logo, icon or text
  • Logo will be displayed in Emails and Invoices
  • Icon is for standby while designing Invoice, in case Logo is absent.

Step 2:

You can pick a color theme for the buttons and texts included in your email notifications and invoices.
After uploading your logo/icon, you will be redirected to where you can pick the color of your choice.


Completing the two steps will have the branding in place for you.

A preview with a sample email notification and invoice will be displayed at the end of the process.

Clicking Back to app will save the logo, icon and the color you picked. To make further changes to the elements, choose Edit brand.

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