I want to change my Commercial Banking Online homepage

  • Your Commercial Banking Online homepage is the page you see by default whenever you log in to Commercial Banking Online. It’s also the page you return to whenever you click Home icon. If you have multiple user Roles assigned to you in Commercial Banking Online, you may be entitled to view more than one landing page. If so, you can change your homepage whenever you need to.

    1. Select Manage your homepage from your Home icon home menu. The Manage your homepage screen is displayed.

      Manage your homepage screen
    2. Select which page you want to have as your homepage. The pages available to you depend on the user Roles currently assigned to you. If you want access to a landing page not currently available to your user Role, please contact your Administrator for more help.
      If you want to find out more about a specific page, click Information icon next to the name of the page.

      Homepage tooltip
      Your current homepage is indicated by a Home icon  next to the name of the page.
    3. Click Save changes. A message is displayed, confirming your change.
    4. Click Close to close the message and display your new homepage.

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