Email Signature Guides

This is our ever-expanding guides to all of the ins and outs of email signatures. You will find helpful how-to articles, step by step instructions, and helpful insights about the current state of email signatures.

How to add a signature in Gmail

Gmail has a nice way of managing email signatures, but finding it can be a little tricky at times. We have written a guide to help you with the process of creating an email signature using the Gmail web application....

How to add a signature in Thunderbird

Thunderbird is a free and open source email application created by Mozilla. It is easy to use and make it really easy to manage your email signature. By default the signature editor in Thunderbird only allows plain text, or advanced...

How to Create an Email Signature

An email signature is something that can appear at the bottom of every email you send out. It doesn't have to literally be your handwritten signature, but rather it can be your name, title and other pieces of information that...

How to add a signature on an iPhone

The default mail client for iPhone and iPad allows for email signatures. The problem is that it is very basic and Apple has made it quite confusing to keep the formatting that you want in your email signature. You literally...

How to add a signature in Yahoo Mail

Yahoo Mail is one of the oldest web email clients around. While it has gone through some ups and downs over the years, many people still rely on it for their emails. It features a simple ability to add a...

How to add a signature in Outlook (Desktop)

Outlook is a popular and capable email client for Windows. It features the ability to have multiple email signatures and switch between them. If you have created your signature using a generator like signature.email this tutorial will teach you how...

How to add a signature in Apple (Mac) Mail

Apple Mail (sometimes called Mac Mail) is the default email editor on MacOS. It features the ability to create and edit email signatures but because it can be a bit buggy at times, it often confuses and frustrates users. Maybe...