How to Insert HTML Signature?

If you need help using your email signature, we can help you with the instructions below.

Please select the email provider you use:

Gmail

How to Insert HTML Signature to Gmail?

  1. Click the “Copy as Select” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. Login to Gmail/G Suite.
  3. Click the gear icon in the upper right corner and choose Settings.
  4. On the General tab (default), scroll down to the Signature section.
  5. Paste the copied signature in the Edit signature section (Ctrl + V).
  6. Choose whether to insert the signature at the very bottom of the conversation chain, or under the latest replies (optional).
  7. Scroll down and click Save changes.

Outlook

How to Insert HTML Signature to Outlook?

  1. Click the “Copy as Select” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. Sign in at Outlook.com.
  3. Go to Settings and select View all Outlook settings.
  4. In the Settings dialog box, select Mail.
  5. Select Compose and Reply.
  6. In the Email signature text box, enter your signature.
  7. Select the Automatically include my signature on the new messages that I compose check box.
  8. If you want to include your signature in replies and forwarded messages, select the Automatically include my signature on messages I forward or reply to check box.
  9. Select Save when you’re finished.

Outlook.com includes your signature automatically when you compose a message. If you don’t want to add your email signature to a particular message, delete it as you would delete regular text.


Apple Mail

  1. Click the “Copy as Select” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. In Apple Mail Click on Preferences mac-command (or Choose Mail    Preferences    Signatures).
    Choose Google to add the signature to all accounts OR choose a specific account.
    Click the    icon to add a new signature and give it a name.
  3. Uncheck the box “Always match my default message font”.
    Paste your signature into the Edit Signature box (Ctrl+V or Command+V).

Important:
When you Paste your signature, it may look like a blank image with wrong text. It’s OK. Compose a new email to see your new signature.

Yahoo

  1. Click the “Copy as Select” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. Open Yahoo.
  3. In the top right, click   Settings  More Settings  Writing emails
  4. Click checkbox button opposite your email and paste the signature (Ctrl+V or Command+V) into text area.

Thunderbird

  1. Click the “Copy as HTML” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. Open Mozilla Thunderbird.
  3. Click on your email account name in the folder tree in the left pane.
  4. Click View settings for this account under the Accounts section.
  5. Scroll down to Signature text and select the Use HTML checkbox.
  6. Paste the copied HTML code into the signature input field.
  7. Click OK to confirm changes.

Exchange Server

  1. Click the “Copy as HTML” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. Go to the Exchange admin center.
  3. Go to mail flow > rules.
  4. Click the plus (+) button and choose Apply disclaimers.
  5. In the window that opens, name your new signature and define conditions under which it should be applied.
  6. Click Enter text on the right side of the window and paste the copied HTML code.
  7. Confirm by clicking the Save button.

Exchange Online

  1. Click the “Copy as HTML” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. Log in to Office 365 with admin’s credentials.
  3. Go to Office 365 admin center (Choose Admin from the list of available apps).
  4. On the admin center menu (bottom left), choose Exchange.
  5. Go to mail flow > rules.
  6. Click the plus (+) button and choose Apply disclaimers.
  7. In the window that opens, name the new rule and define conditions under which the signature should be applied.
  8. Click Enter text on the right-hand side of the window and paste the copied HTML code.
  9. Confirm by clicking the Save button.

Outlook 365

  1. Click the “Copy as Select” button on our Email Signature Generator Page.
  2. Go to the Outlook on the Web message content settings (log in to your Office 365 account if you weren’t already logged in).
  3. Paste the copied signature directly in the signature editor.
  4. Save changes by clicking the Save button above the signature options.

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