An email signature is a block of text that is added at the end of a message we send. The signature is usually used to provide the recipient with their name, email address, business contact information, or website URL. But some people use signature to sign their email closing statement.
Using signature allows you to share your essential contacts and advertise yourself and your business in a condensed form. Setting up a signature in Gmail is very easy. If you also want to set up your own signature in your Gmail account then follow the guide given below.
How to Add Signature in Gmail?
Step 1: Click the Settings option in the Gmail Toolbar
Step 2: Select the settings from the menu option.
Step 3: Click on General Options.
Step 4: In the signature option, type the signature you want to type. Don’t make your signature too long. Keep your signature in 5 lines. Step 5: You do not need to include the signature separator. Google will do this separately.
Step 6: Use the Format bar to add a format or an image
Step 7: Click on Save Changes option.
Step 8: Now when you compose any email, Gmail will automatically add the signature. You can edit or remove it before clicking on send.
How to Move Email Signature above the Quoted Text
Step 1: Click the Settings icon in Gmail
Step 2: Select the Settings option from the menu
Step 3: Go to General Category
Step 4: Check the “Insert this signature before quoted text in replies and remove the “–” line that precedes it” option.
Step 5: Click on Save Changes
Step 6: Now when replying signature will be above the quoted text.
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