At this point in time you should have a fully-functioning version of Hosted Login at your disposal. So does that mean you're done? To be honest, that's up to you: as the table below shows, there are still plenty of additional (but optional) customizations you can make to Hosted Login. And that table is far from complete: for example, it doesn't mention some of the capabilities (e.g., two-factor and risk-based authentication) that are available if you choose to upgrade to Hosted Login v2.
For a more comprehensive list of the things you can do in Hosted Login, see the article Supported Features.
|Customization||Getting Started Guides||Documentation|
|Use CSS to change the look of your Hosted Login screen||Colors and Other Styles||Adding CSS Stylesheets to Hosted Login|
|Modify the text of your Hosted Login screens||Text||How to Modify the Text of Your Hosted Login Screens|
|Add new fonts for use on your Hosted Login screens||Colors and Other Styles||Adding Fonts to Hosted Login|
|Change the default logo used in Hosted Login||Images||Changing Your Hosted Login Logo|
|Change the default favicon used in Hosted Login||Images||Changing Your Hosted Login Favicon|
|Add authorization rules to help manage how (and if) users can log on to Hosted Login||Configure Privacy & Terms||Authorization Rules|
|Modify your "transactional emails": emails automatically sent when users do such things as create new accounts or forget their passwords||How to Modify Transactional Emails|
|Localize your Hosted Login screens||How to Localize the Text of Your Hosted Login Screens|
|Add custom identity providers to Hosted Login||Custom IDP||Custom Provider Overview|
|Upgrade to Hosted Login v2||Upgrade to Hosted Login v2||What is Hosted Login v2? (And How Do I Upgrade to It?)|