How to Create a Signature on Gmail?

There is no doubt about the fact that a signature is an excellent way to personalize each message you send to others.

It helps in strengthening your identity as well as your company’s identity. So it is all about brand building and creates an impression on receipients.

So that’s enough for the introduction part on why using a signature is a good idea! Let’s learn how you can create a signature on Gmail.

Create a Signature on Gmail

It is very easy to create a signature in Gmail and you can insert your name, contact information, images, and links in your signatures.

You are not limited for creating only one signature for yourself, you can create multiple signatures as per your need.

So the steps are given below:

Step 1: Open your Gmail account by using your login credentials.


Step 2: Look at the top right corner and you will see a gear icon (Settings). Simply click that icon i.e. “Settings”. Below that, click “See all settings”.


Step 3: Now click the General tab as highlighted above and then you need to scroll down to the Signature section. Simply click the ‘Create new’ tab.


Step 4: You will be prompted to name your signature template. After that, you will be presented with a text box (highlighted in the green color) on the right-hand side to allow you to put your signature text. Simply fill that text box. To enhance your signature, you can use the format bar below the text box. You can color your text, add links and photos.

Step 5: After entering and editing the signature text, you need to scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Save Changes”.

Congrats! it is done. Your signature are ready for the world to see!!

I hope you found this tutorial on creating a signature using Gmail very useful.

Do let us know in the comments section what other tutorials you want us to write.

See you in the next tutorial! Aloha!

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