An Email signature is simply a couple of lines of the introduction of yourself at the end of any email you send to your clients or even in a personal email. An Email Signature is very important in many ways. Especially in business emails, a signature can become a brand ambassador for your organization through emails.
It can create a personal association and connection with you. It is just like handing over your business card to every one of your receivers.
It can be a tedious and redundant job to add a signature every time you write an email. It is better to design a signature and set it to be added in every email you send. In this article, I will show you how to add a signature to your emails while using Gmail.
Create Gmail Signature
Sign in to your Gmail mailbox in your browser. After signing in go to the settings icon on the right corner just above the mailbox and click on it and then click Settings from the dropdown menu.
Settings will open. Make Sure you are in the General settings. Scroll down to the Signature section in the settings and design your desired signature by clicking Create New.
You can add text and even pictures, links, and brand logos, etc. to make it more interesting
After you have finalized your signature, you can close the settings Try creating a new email to check your signature.
Click on the Compose button in the mailbox. You will see the signature that you have created in the new email. Add your message above the signature
If you are using your Gmail with the Windows Mail app. Follow the steps
Open Mail app from the Start Menu
Click on the Settings icon at the bottom of the left pane of your mailbox.
Popup will appear, click on the Signatures
Create your signature, and click on the Save button.
Your Signature for Mail App is ready.
Please note: you must set up the signature from the browser and Mail App separately.