Change the COLOR SCHEME of your SHAREPOINT intranet site

It’s easy to change the color scheme of your modern SharePoint intranet site, as long as you have the correct permissions. In this very short tutorial, I’ll show you how!

While on your SharePoint intranet site, click the cogwheel in the top-right corner.

As long as you have the correct permissions and your company hasn’t locked down a colour scheme for your intranet sites, you will see this option here called “Change the look”. Click on that one, then go to “Theme”.

Just click the colour combination you like. Let’s try this one.

You’ll see a preview here, and then you just hit “Save” to update your site with the new theme. If you don’t like any of the themes, you can customise them. Click on a theme – that one looks ok – and then hit “Customize”. All you need to do here is to select the main colour and accent colour you want for your site.

Finally, remember to hit “Save” to apply the changes.

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I'm a writer, content creator and all-round creative. When I'm not writing for GoodGeeky, I film and edit YouTube videos, write books (which never seem to get finished), practice martial arts (while trying not to do my knees in or get kicked in the face), build websites and intranets, and work for The Man.