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How to Add a Signature in Gmail

An email signature is a text that appears at the end of your Gmail messages. It can include your name, contact information, social media links, or anything else you want to share with your recipients. Adding a signature to your Gmail account can help you create a professional and consistent impression with your emails.

In this article, I will show you how to add a signature to your Gmail account on both web and mobile devices. I will also show you how to manage multiple signatures and use them for different situations.

Adding a Signature to Gmail on the Web

To add a signature on the Gmail website, follow these steps:

1. Open Gmail and click the Settings icon on the top right. It's the small gear-shaped icon near your profile image.

2. Click See All Settings to open the full settings menu.

3. Scroll most of the way down the page until you find the Signature option, and click the Create New button.

4. Name your signature and then click Create.

5. Type anything you'd like in the box to the right of your new signature. You can format your message by adding an image or changing the text style. Tip: Your image also counts toward the character limit. If you get an error, try to resize the image.

6. Below the text editor, in the Signature defaults section, click the name of your email signature to add it as the default signature to use with new emails. In the box to the right of the last one, do the same thing to use your new signature as the default option for replies and forwarded emails.

7. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes to save your new signature.

You can add multiple email signatures and switch between them, too. To do that, just repeat the steps above and create a new signature with a different name. Then, you can choose which signature to use for each email you send by clicking the **Insert signature** button at the bottom of the window.

Adding a Mobile Signature

You can also add signatures that are specific to your mobile device. These signatures override the desktop versions you just added. This means that when you send an email from a device with a mobile signature, Gmail will send just the mobile signature and ignore your desktop signature.

You can use these signatures for anything, but it's common to create one that alerts people that you're on a mobile device so that they know you might be slower to respond or that there could be typos due to autocorrect. Of course, you could also opt to use the same signature across all your devices.

To set up a mobile signature, follow these steps:

1. Open the Gmail app on your mobile device---iPhone, iPad, or Android.

2. Tap the hamburger menu from the upper-left corner.

3. Choose the Settings option from the sidebar.

4. Tap your profile photo or email address to open the Signature settings menu.

5. If you're using an iPhone or iPad, tap Signature Settings on the next page. On Android, tap Signature instead.

6. If you're using an iPhone or iPad, toggle the Mobile Signature switch to the right to enable a mobile-only signature.

7. Enter the text for your signature and tap OK.


Adding a signature to your Gmail account can help you personalize your emails and make a good impression on your recipients. You can easily create and manage multiple signatures on both web and mobile devices. You can also customize your signatures with images, links, and different fonts. Try it out and see how it works for you.

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