Adding New Fonts To Your Library
While Proposify does its best to provide you with some outstanding type styles, sometimes you need a font that stands our more, or better suits your own brand. Branding is important, after all, and everything about your proposal from the colour scheme to the typefaces must match. Luckily, we make it easy for you to do just that.
While we don't have the licensing clout at this time to allow our users to upload their own personal, licensed fonts; we do have access to over 800 fonts from the Google Font library. Not sure if the font you're looking for is included in this library? Go to https://fonts.google.com/ and use the search bar at the top right to look for your chosen font:
If your font is found and there is a "+" button at the top right, then you're good to go!
If there isn't a "+" button, then a license is required to use that particular font, and it will be unavailable in our own library.
Once you've verified that the font is available (or if you're a typography wizard and already know), then you can add that font to your own account by going to your Account Settings page and clicking on Available Fonts:
Once in the font library, you can search for fonts you're interested in by going through the list, or you can use the search bar at the top of the page to hunt down the specific font you're looking for:
Once you've found your perfect font style, you can set the toggle to the right of that font to "on":
Once that toggle is set, you'll find that font style in your editor under Type Styles, under the Font Family dropdown:
Is there a limit to the number of fonts I can have in my font library?
There is! You can have a maximum of 10 fonts in your personal font library at any time. If you ever decide to switch out some fonts, your existing proposals will still maintain the old ones, so you won't have to worry about random changes to your typefaces.
Can I pay to upload my own fonts, or provide my own license?
At this time, we don't have the framework available. Click here for a more detailed answer.
Looking to format your font styles in the editor? Click here