G Suite provides full control to IT admins including the ability to customize G Suite products like Google Drive, Gmail, etc to suit organization brand guidelines. Gmail offers different themes for users to customize the look and feel of their email. If your organization doesn’t want users to use a custom theme for Gmail, you can disable it from the admin dashboard. Find out how to do that with the following steps.
Step 1: Sign in as G Suite Admin
Go to admin.google.com and enter your login credentials to access the admin dashboard.
Step 2: Click on Apps
Locate the Apps icon from the list of available options and click on it.
Step 3: Click on G Suite
Locate the G Suite tab within the apps section and click on it.
Step 4: Choose Gmail
Click on Gmail from the list of available Google products.
Step 5: Go to User Settings
Click on the User Settings tab and it will take you to the Gmail user settings page.
Step 6: Go to Themes
Scroll all the way down to the Themes section. Check the Themes options to allow users to use themes. If you need to disable it, uncheck the box and the users will no longer be able to use themes.
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