Pakatan Harapan parties resolved to formally register the coalition with the Registrar of Societies (ROS) in two weeks' time.
Opposition leader Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said the Harapan presidential council also agreed that the structure of the registered coalition will be filled by representatives from all four parties.
"We also discussed about the logo and we will provide views gauged from the public.
"When we present a new logo and hope, I think it will be well accepted by the people," she told a press conference after the Harapan presidential council meeting at the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) headquarters in Petaling Jaya this evening.
Asked why would it take two weeks to submit the registration of Harapan, Wan Azizah said the the coalition partners want the application to be thorough.
"We want to examine carefully in terms of the legal elements so that there won't be problems.
"You know how the ROS is. When we wanted to register Adil back then, until today it has not been approved," she said.