Add Your Logo to Your Business Gmail Account

Author By Adam Wells

Last updated: 08/17/2020

Add Logo to Business Gmail and G-Suite

When trying to add you Business Gmail Profile Photo have you got the error message saying “An embedded page at docs.google.com says — Sorry! We could not save your profile photo. Please try again later.”?

Is that error still showing even after you have went into your “Admin Console” and added the logo?

Good news. We should be able to help you fix that.

Step by Step: How to Add Your Profile Photo in Business Gmail

We will pretend we are starting off from within our Gmail email.

From your Gmail, click on the Google Apps Icon / Dots in the upper right corner of your screen.

Inside the dropdown menu, scroll down and Click on the “Admin Console” icon.

Select the 3 horizontal bars to open up your dropdown menu.

Hover over “Directory,” and then click “Directory settings.”

Click Profile Editing

Enable the setting you want — particularly the “Photo” editing option, and then click save.

It may take a up to 24 hours for the changes to take place, but it may also only take a few minutes or hours so just keep in eye on it. Also, if you have not yet added your logo make sure to do that.

You can either add your logo by navigating to >> Admin Console >> Users >> and click into your user name.

Click into the user that you want to add a photo for. Hover over the profile photo circle area and click “add photo.”

The other place to add your logo is directly in your Gmail.

In the top right corner of your Gmail, click the logo / icon box area.

And then click the “Add Photo” option on the Profile Photo area.

If you were having any troubles getting your photo to show in your Business Gmail, we hope that this helped. Don’t forget that it may take up to 24 hours for the changes to take place. Now you can add a little bit more professionalism and branding to your emails.

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