How To Create an Email Signature

Setting Up an Email Signature on Gmail

Gmail and Tnetmail offer you the option to have a default signature that places itself at the end of all your sent emails. The following steps and video explain how to create and customize this signature.

  1. When logged into your Gmail, click on the settings gear in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
  2. Click on “Settings” in the drop down box.
  3. Go to the “General” tab and scroll down to “Signature.” Highlight the bubble next to your name and email address. Make sure the desired email account is displayed.
  4. Type your signature into the text field. You should at least include your email and phone number. Usually, you will also want to include your company name, job title, and web address. Your address and a fax number may also be helpful depending on your business.
  5. If you would like to hyperlink your web address, simply highlight the address and then click the link button on the formatting bar at the top of the text field.
  6. You can edit the font of your signature with the options in the formatting bar. Gmail gives you a limited number of font types to choose from because these fonts are compatible on any computer and with any email service.
  7. Then check the box below the text field to make sure your signature will be inserted before quoted text in replies.
  8. When you are all finished, scroll down and click on “Save Changes” at the bottom of the settings page.

Keep on the lookout for a video on how to upload and insert an image into your Gmail signature in the near future.

Adding a signature to your Tnetmail account is done in the exact same fashion as Gmail. If you are interested in using Tnetmail, contact Tranquility for information.

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