How To Add Email Signatures In Popular Webmail Services

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It can be useful to have a default and personal email signature that will be displayed at the end of all outgoing email messages.

Let’s take a look on how to add signatures in three of the very popular free email services : Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail.

For Gmail :

From inbox, select the gear icon at top right and select “Settings”.

Accessing Gmail settings

Under the “General” tab, scroll down to the “Signature” section, select the second radio button instead of default “No signature” and  type what is to be used as an email signature (greetings, name, contact details etc) and finally hit “Save changes”.

Adding a signature in Gmail

For Hotmail :

Go to Hotmail inbox, select “Options > More options”.

Accessing Hotmail settings

Select “Message font and signature” under the “Writing email” section. Add personal signature in the box and save changes.

Accessing signature settings in Hotmail

Adding a signature in Hotmail

For Yahoo! mail :

Go to inbox, select “Options > Mail options”.

Accessing Yahoo! mail settings

Change the setting to either “show a plain text signature” or “Show a rich text signature” under the “Signature” section. Add the required signature and hit “Save”.

Adding a signature in Yahoo! mail

Happy emailing.

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