Hostfully's white labeling capabilities allow users to set up their custom branding for all messages and pages that are customer facing (essentially, communication and pages that cater to property owners, guests and third party providers).

LEVEL 1: branding Hostfully by applying your custom logo and business name

(this feature applies to all accounts)

The first basic level of customization is applied when you enter your business name and the URL to our business logo (field "Company Logo URL"). Once you Save the settings, the logo will appear at the top of the page by your business name.

Once set up, this logo will automatically show in all email templates and on your customer pages (owner dashboard, guest dashboard, public listings on Hostfully).

LEVEL 2: branding Hostfully by customizing all URLsĀ 

(this feature applies to Pro accounts and above)

This feature will allow you to use your own web domain to customize the URLs sent by Hostfully. For example, if your website is, the Hostfully login page seen by your users could be (you would use "rentals" as a sub-domain on Hostfully) and the login page would show your own logo instead of Hostfully's). Note that your subdomain will have a secure HTTPS access for this to work, as we only support secured communication for this setup.

In order to have your own domain name used in the URLs produced by Hostfully:

  • log into your domain registrar and create an "A RECORD" entry with the sub-domain of your choice, and make it point to the IP Address

Once this is saved, open Hostfully's Agency Settings page,

  • click on the "White Labeling" tab,
  • check the box "White labelled public pages",
  • then enter the full URL that include the sub-domain you just created. For example, if you created a sub-domain called "rentals" for your domain, enter "", as follows:

For SEO, you can use the Meta HTML field to add your specific "meta keywords" and "meta description" fields (enter the whole meta tags in there). Note that the Hostfully system will automatically set the page <title> tag with the name of your company.

Once the custom domain is set up, all the URLs in the system will automatically adapt to your branding. For example, your login page would be and would display your logo, just like in this example below:

The interface of your owners portal will also be branded with your URL and your logo:

and in all the emails created and processed by the system:

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