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New Features

Add Your Organization’s Logo

Organization Administrators can now complete the set-up of the Organization’s Caredove Account by adding a logo.  To update the logo, navigate to Listings.

Why is this important?
A logo identities the Organization’s search page when navigating from the Dashboard. Any External Referrer that you invite will quickly recognize where to search for service as they’ll be able to see your logo as soon as they log in.

Logos are a pretty big deal. They instantly mark your organization as distinct and are often one of the first things that people notice about your brand. We wanted to make it easier than ever to showcase your logo so we moved it to Listings. Organizational logos appear in many places in the Caredove platform, so make sure yours is there.

If you have a feature request, please send us a message via our chat box.

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