How to add your business logo in G Suite

  • Why not personalize your G Suite Setup with a business logo and make it "Your G Suite".
  • In this guide, I show you how you can add your business log to your G Suite which will show up across all G Suite services.
  • Watch the video to see how to do this or you can continue reading for more instructions.
Add Your business logo in G Suite (includes size dimensions)
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1. Login to G Suite console

  • First, login to G Suite admin console if you have not.
  • To login, click this link or visit and enter your admin username and password.

2. Click on "Company profile"

  • After you've logged in, click on "Company profile" from the options available and continue to step 3.

3. Click on "Personalization"

  • So you'll see a list of different options on this page but just go a head and click on "Personalization" to upload your logo

4. Upload your logo

  • On this page you're able to upload your own business or personal logo to replace Google's logo.
  • Google is very specific about logo size. Make sure your logo size is 320x132 pixels. And is less than 30kb.
  • Tip: You can use Canva to create a logo for yourself or business.
  • Choose logo file from your computer to upload. Click Save.

Now your logo is live!

  • After uploading your logo, you're all set! You can check your G Suite services such Google drive and you now find that your logo has replace Google's own logo.
  • So that is it. If you have any questions or comments, leave them below and I'll be glad to help.

Troubleshooting & FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers about personalizing with your custom G Suite logo

G Suite Logo Size-:

Google recommends your custom G Suite logo should be 320 * 132 pixels.

Though you would be able to upload smaller size too, but it may look blurry when Google tries to stretch it.

so ideally, you should go with recommended 320*132 pixels.

Also, you should ensure that your custom logo size should be under 30 KB.

G Suite Logo Size Format-:

When it comes to uploading custom company logo to G Suite, Google only supports PNG and GIF files.

Absolutely, in my example video above, I just used my name as logo for quick demonstration, but yes, you should be able to upload your custom G Suite company logo till the time you follow Google’s logo size and format requirements.

Changing your G Suite logo is pretty easy, you would simply need to follow the same path as you did when uploading your initial logo, example-:

  1. Login to your G Suite Admin Console.
  2. Go to Accounts –> Company Profile –> Personalization.

Here, click on “Select file to upload” to upload your new logo.

Finally, save changes.

Note -: Sometimes, it takes sometime for your new logo to appear, check back tomorrow if it doesn’t show up right away.

Usually, uploading your own logo to G Suite is pretty straight forward process, and I have had any issues, but just in case if you do not see your logo, please consider following-:

1. Ensure you have followed Google’s recommendation on logo size and format explained above.

2. You should see your logo under “Custom Logo” in G Suite admin console, once you upload it, if you don’t see it here after uploading, then there is something wrong, you may try clearing your cache and cookies.

3. If you see your logo under custom logo radio button, but not in the end user applications (e.g Gmail, Google Drive etc), then allow it sometime to reflect.

Google says that it might take up to 4 days for your newly uploaded custom logo to appear in G Suite applications.

Also, make sure your logo does not include Google, Gmail or any Google property logo, Illegal or copyrighted images are also prohibited by Google.



No, Google does not offer any G Suite logo maker, however you can use any application of your choose.

Some of the well known ones are Photoshop, Canva etc.


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