Custom Theme Editor [New Feature]

John Reeve | May 8th, 2024

Screenshot of the custom theme editor

We’re excited to announce a new feature — the custom theme editor. We designed and built this feature after receiving countless requests from customers. This new feature is ideal for anyone who wants to tune the Intervals interface to align more with their company brand.

The custom theme editor can be found in the defaults & settings section of your account. Use this feature to change everything from the colors used in the navigation background to the text on the page. The editor provides an easy-to-use color mixer that can be used to pick predefined colors or mix your own.

For more information, please refer to this help article:
How to customize your theme colors

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