Compatible with Gmail

Compatibility with Gmail across the board

We have spent hundreds of hours by now testing our html signatures with every major email client. Gmail is one of the most popular options when it comes to email considering you can use it for free, for businesses using Google Workspace (formerly GSuite) and it can be used in a variety of ways including the Gmail website, Gmail mobile app for iPhone, or you can purely use Gmail as an email server and hook it up to another desktop email program like Mac Mail or Thunderbird.

Gmail Web App Google Workspace Gmail for iOS*

Ultimate customizability

Our email signature generator doesn't limit you to a few templates, rather it is a free-form custom builder that allows you to add as many fields and images as are needed. You can add as many phone numbers as needed. You can add a logo, ad banner, and partner logos without issue.

You have the capability to create the kind of signature with the exact content that you need.

Email signature generator for Outlook

Works For Teams

You can use the generator to building an email signature just for yourself, or your entire team. Easily convert your single signature into a generator link. Then you can choose which fields are editable and which fields be locked into the signature.

Then send out the link to your team and all they have to do is visit the microsite, fill in their personal details, and copy and paste the signature into their email client of choice using our helpful instructions. It's the easiest and most hands off way for a company to manage email signatures for their employees.

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Emily Locke Testimonial

“We were looking for an email signature generator that could be implemented across our company. Signature.email was the perfect solution for us. It was easy to use, completely customizable, and created a beautiful signature. All I had to do was send my team a link and they simply inserted their information and copied and pasted it into their signature settings. Jesse was also super friendly and a great help in answering any questions I had.”

— Emily J Locke, Graphic Designer, Everytable
Anna Patty Testimonial

“We were looking for an easy-to-implement email signature solution that did not break the bank and would allow us to ensure consistent branding for our growing practice (and avoid dreaded broken images in signatures). Signature.email is proving to be a fantastic fit for our needs. Additionally, Jesse was quick to answer and assist with any questions we had during implementation which made the process a breeze!”

— Anna Patty, Marketing & Communications Director, Covenant Family Solutions
Carisa Wenstrom Testimonial

“We needed help with a client's project that involved creating an email signature that would look and work consistently across both Gmail and Outlook platforms. After trying to create the signature ourselves, we tried out several different signature builders before discovering Signature.email. I wish we had found it sooner, we could have saved ourselves so much time and energy! The pricing is fair, the features are perfect for what we need, and it's easy enough for our client to manage themselves!”

— Carisa Wenstrom, Co-Owner/Designer, Timber Dark Design
Nathan Anderson Testimonial

“Signature.email has transformed the way we build and implement signatures. It is incredibly easy to use, very clean, and modern. We recommend it to all of our clients looking for an email signature solution.”

— Nathan Anderson, Digital Marketing Manager, DiedrichRPM

Documentation Specific to Gmail

We have a helpful guide to help you and your employees install email signatures into Gmail. We made sure it is easy to follow, and includes helpful tips and screenshots to help you get it done quickly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Our email signature generator has been tested extensively with Gmail. The iOS mobile app technically only supports plain text email signatures, but it allows you automatically use your email signature set up on the Gmail website, which works like magic. The Gmail Android mobile app does support some HTML signatures, but has issues with images.

Gmail gives you the ability to create simple email signatures directly in the Gmail settings. You can format basic text, add links, and upload a logo. If the signature you want to create will be basic, it can work well for you. You will hit limitations with it if want to design something more complex, especially signatures with multiple columns and images. Thats where tools like this email signature generator help with our starting templates, a drag and drop editor to move elements around, and a variety of helpful fields and features can help you create a professional email signature quickly and easily.

Tools like Signature.email were designed to help you create an HTML email signature without the need to know how to program HTML code yourself. All you need to do is choose one of our starting templates, then use the drag and drop editor to move elements around, and you can add a variety of fields and features to create a professional email signature quickly and easily. At the end you can Preview your signature and then copy the HTML code from the tool into your Outlook signature settings.

Yes, Gmail allows you to add images into your email signature. Using their simple toolbar you can click on the icon with the photo (square with mountains) and then choose to add one from the web, your Google drive, or your computer. You can only resize the photo to preset "Small", "Medium", or "Large" sizes, and you cannot crop it there. If you are looking to do more advanced cropping and resizing you may want to consider an email signature generator like Signature.email. Read more in our guide about adding images to Gmail signatures.

Yes, you can either find some and upload them yourself, or use our capable email signature generator to add them for you. If you prefer to do it yourself you can find a list of social media icons here. Once there you can download them from the site you can open the Outlook signature and click the Add Image icon (square with mountains). Then you will want to click on it and press the Add Link icon with the chain link. Otherwise, if you want the process to be easier, feel free to try out our email signature generator where you can add in any social media icon customizing the shape, color and link in a matter of seconds.

Once you are logged into Gmail you will want to click on the Gear icon towards the top right of the screen. This will open the Quick Settings sidebar menu, but we need to click on the "See all settings" button to see all the settings. In the General tab scroll down to where you see Signature and click the Create New button. Name your signature. Finally start editing or paste in the signature you copied from another source. If you are looking for more specific instructions that include screenshots, you can view them here.

Technically the iOS Gmail app only supports a simple plain text "Mobile Signature". This is a basic text signature that cannot have any text formatting, links or images. But if you have an email signature set up in the Gmail Website, then when you turn off the mobile signature functionality in the app it will automatically appends your full email signature (which can include formatting, links and images) to your message. You will not see the signature as you are writing/editing your email, but if you send an email to yourself you will see it.

Gmail handles email signatures well, and has made great strides in the recent years to opening up signature possibilities within their applications. A few things to be aware of:

The Gmail web application has a limit of 10,000 characters in an email signature. This limit includes both the content of your signature as well as the code itself. In our experience this is more than enough for most email signatures, but if you have a really long disclaimer or a significant amount of content, this could become an issue.

The other thing to be aware of is how the iPhone mobile app handles email signatures. It technically only supports plain text email signatures, but allows you to automatically append your signature set up in the Gmail website onto your mobile email messages, which works great.

It's a mystery why the Android mobile app doesn't use the same behavoir as the iOS mobile app. It seems to support HTML signatures but has issues with images which makes it a non-starter.

Start creating your first email signature for Gmail today

Signature.email is an html email signature generator built from the ground up with Google's Gmail in mind. All you need to do is use our drag and drop builder to design your signature, and then with a paid account you can easily distribute your signature across your whole team or company by simply sending out a link.

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