Only option was using PowerShell.
I got the SPWebApplication object by doing this:
$wa = Get-SPWebApplication https://name
And those are my findings:
- SuiteBarBrandingElementHtml does nothing for the SharePoint 2016 Master Page. It probably can be used for the SharePoint 2013 Mager Page.
- SuiteNavBrandingLogoNavigationUrl is the link of the SuiteNavBrandingText “KAI” and the SuiteNavBrandingLogo. The links can’t be customized individually.
- SuiteNavBrandingLogoUrl is the URL to the logo to display. The location on the page can’t be customized via PowerShell.
- SuiteNavBrandingLogoTitle is the title property of the logo (<img title=”LOGOTITLE” src=”imgsrc.png”>).
- SuiteNavBrandingText is displayed to the left.
It’s possible to add custom tiles to the tiles menu. However it’s not possible to change or delete the existing ones. Also you can’t add custom tiles before the out-ot-the-box ones. Here you find more about this topic.