The cover photo on Delve pages should be able to be changed to something company relevant and branded.
The Delve cover page on a user profile page should be more in line with a company's brand. As it stands right now; the cover page for Delve is a mountain range; which is not indicative of the company brand at all and is hard-coded into the styling.
We’ve implemented the ability for end users to change the background image, chosen by a set of pre-defined images.
We would like to run a script or other means to set the default cover if the user hasn't chosen something.
There is no need for everything - particularly profile background images to be corporately branded. We are all people with personalities, not automatons, and should be allowed within reason to express some personal choice.
Scott L. commented
Need to allow end user to upload, virus scanned, images within specific parameters. This can easily be accomplished via an image editing tool i.e., MS Paint. Provide a less than 300 word document as a README. Thank you.
Micah Rairdon commented
Company branding would be excellent
Thanks for the feedback! This was implemented with the focus of allowing users to personalize their profile background, not with a whole-company branding focus. Your feedback is great , though, and we'll take it into account when discussing next steps for this feature.
Would be better to have no picture, than one that isn't relevant to the organization or the user.
Jasper Oosterveld (O365 MVP) commented
Agree! We are now able to pick a selection of cover photo's (awesome) but most companies would like to enforce a corporate branding here.
This was a "notebook" not too long ago in my company - like just last week - I logged in today and saw tropical mountains... not related to anything at all - and we can't even customize it or choose from company approved designs.
Can you at least let the admins choose from "approved" designs? Or upload "approved" designs?
How are we expected to utilize this at-work-pseudo-social-network if we can't do more with it?