Add option to stop hub sites forcing themes on associated sites
As much as I like the concept of hub sites giving a common theme and navigation across associated sites, sometimes (quite often in fact) I'd like the associated sites to only inherit the navigation and not the theme itself.
I have a department that uses our company colours for each of their teams within it. I have SharePoint theme's of our company colours, but if I group them in a hub I lose those themes. Or I don't associate them lose the navigation across them.
All I'm really asking for is an option to not inherit the theme. Or I suppose I'm using themes wrong based on the narrow scope they were created for?
Malik Noentil commented
I also have the same set of requirements. Though each site collection is associated by a hub site, they should be independent enough to chose a theme of their own.
And on a side note, the UserVoice system seems to be quite inefficient and unfair. If something has under a certain amount of votes it feels as if it is immediately ignored by Microsoft? What are we supposed to do have an army of bots vote on our issues?
Benoît Fournier commented
I have the exact same need.
Veronique Palmer commented
I agree too, we need more flexibility on this
Totaly agree. I would like to have an option to choose
"Automatically adopt the same theme : YES/NO"
Nicki Greene commented
We would really like to be able to specify an alternative accent color for sites associated to a hub. The default should be inherited but we should be able to apply a different theme to indicate separate departments etc
Our creatives really care about color, they are graphic designers. I want to use the hub concept to organize their different department and project teams, but all one theme is aggravating to them. Allow individual theming of connected sites, maybe a setting at hun level? We’ll have a mix, hub with all the same theme, hub with individualistic themes
Option to customize the sites theme color after connected to hub.