What kind of custom branding can Cloakist do?
Cloakist's powerful reverse proxy technology lets you rebrand sites that you don't usually get to control, like Google Docs, Notion pages, and Trello boards.
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One of the things that we're proudest of here at Cloakist is that we allow customers to do things that simply wouldn't be possible without Cloakist…
Add custom branding and features to pages you don't own, which were created with a third party platform.
What exactly do we mean by that?
Every day, millions of public pages are created by people using platforms like Google Docs, Airtable, Notion, Calendly, Trello, ClickUp, and Coda.
That's insanely cool, but there's a catch: those pages are not fully in our control.
Even though your it’s content that you created, you have no control over the most important aspect, the branding.
You can't change them, apart from using the tools that the platforms themselves give us. On vast numbers of pages, you can't:
- Customize branding
- Add your own logo
- Change social sharing link previews
- Add elements to the page, like a navigation bar or email sign up
- Add our own tracking and analytics
Using a state-of-the-art reverse proxy, Cloakist re-hosts and white labels your page at your own domain (a feature that is normally called 'custom domain'). Once it’s connected to Cloakist, the page can be changed in absolutely incredible ways.
For instance, you can:
- Rebrand an Airtable base to show a your own logo and favicon.
- Add a language selection widget to a Trello board, and move it to the customer's domain.
- White label an Adobe Express page and add a custom social sharing button to the bottom.
- Add a password protection page to a Notion page with our dedicated app for Notion.
These examples are just scratching the surface of what is possible with Cloakist.
When you set up a new page on Cloakist, you connect your custom domain to page(s) from a third party service (like Airtable, Notion, Calendly, or ClickUp).
Cloakist then does a few things that brings you a lot of customization power:
- By default, Cloakist hides the logo and branding from the 3rd party service.
- You can specify your own logo, favicon, title, and description for the page
- Your logo image, title, and description are used for the social sharing images
We think this is incredibly cool. We're constantly on the look out for new features we can offer to our customers to allow them to get more control the pages they make with third party platforms.
If you have an idea, no matter how crazy, of a way that you'd like to change a public page which you don't control, we'd love to hear from you.
Excited to break the barriers of what's possible with you!
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