How to Change Your Signature in Gmail
Did you know that your email signature is a powerful information tool for business or personal use? Your Gmail signature becomes a familiar digital business card if you add your company’s contact information or logo. Or you can add a photograph of yourself for a signature with a personal touch. Free Gmail signatures let you take advantage of the valuable real estate at the bottom of your email messages.
You can modify your Gmail signature whenever you want and for any reason. This article will show you how to change the signature on your Gmail account quickly. Whatever device you use, these easy-to-follow steps will guide you through the process.
How to Change Your Gmail Signature From the iPhone App
Apple, Inc. has made creating a mobile signature using Gmail just a matter of a few steps as follows:
- Download and open the Gmail app.
- Tap “Menu” (3 horizontal lines at the top left of the screen).
- Tap “Settings” options.
- Chose the account you want to change.
- Tap the “Signature Settings” link.
- Turn on the “Mobile Signature” toggle.
- Make your changes.
- Tap “back” to save your changes.
Gmail signatures on all mobile devices are text-only. You will not have the option to format the text or insert hyperlinks and images. Additionally, if your signature is not created on the Gmail app, your messages will display the signature you set up on your computer.
How to Change Your Gmail Signature From the Android App
Change your Gmail signature on any Android device using these steps:
- Open the Gmail app.
- Tap the Menu option on the top left of the screen (3 horizontal bars).
- Scroll down to the “Settings” options.
- Choose the Gmail account you want to edit.
- Tap “Mobile Signature” and make your changes.
- Tap OK to save the updates.
How to Change Your Gmail Signature From a PC
There are more design options for your Gmail signature created on your PC. Take a look at how to get started:
- Open Gmail in your browser and sign in to your account.
- Click the Settings button (gear shift icon at the top right of the screen).
- Select the “See All Settings” option.
- Scroll down to the “Signature” section near the bottom of the list.
- Make your changes and select Save at the bottom of the page.
You can change the appearance of your Gmail signature using the formatting toolbar. Get creative with your signature by changing font colors, font types, and sizes. Gmail also lets you jazz up your signature with an image. The image you use can be uploaded from your computer or the Google Drive account on your PC. You may also use an image in a URL.
Here’s how to change your Gmail signature by adding an image:
- Log into your Gmail account.
- Tap “Settings” (the gear icon at the top right).
- Scroll down and open the “Signature” option.
- Select “Create New” if you don’t have an existing signature.
- Give the new signature a name.
- Choose an image upload location.
- Place the curser where the image should go. If you are also adding your name or other text, type it first and press enter. A new line will appear for you to place your picture.
- Place the cursor where the image should go. If you are also adding your name or other text, type it first and press “Enter.” A new line will appear for you to place your picture.
- Select “Insert Image” from the signature editor menu.
- Browse your pictures from the location you selected. Insert your image.
From this point, you can resize the image. Make sure you scroll to the bottom and tap “Save Changes” when you are finished.
How to Change Your Gmail Signature From an iPad
It only takes a couple of minutes to update your Gmail signature on your iPad. Follow the steps below for a new signature look:
- Open the Gmail app.
- Tap the Menu button on the left top of the screen (3 horizontal lines).
- Scroll down to “Settings” choices.
- Choose the Gmail account you want to change.
- Tap “Signature Settings.”
- Turn on the Mobile Signature setting toggle.
- Type in your Gmail signature modifications.
- Tap “Back” to save your changes.
The changes you make to your Gmail signature are specific to the device. They do not automatically sync to your other devices. If you want the same signature across all of your devices, update the signature changes of each device separately.
Why Is Gmail Unable to Update My Signature?
Below are a few common reasons for this problem and the steps to troubleshoot them.
· You may not have unchecked the “no signature” option when you made the changes. In the Gmail app for Android devices, tap the gear icon to Settings. Go to “See all settings” and “Signatures.” Scroll down and uncheck the “no signature” option.
· Your signature may be too long. If so, you will get an error message when you try to save your changes. There is a 10,000-character limit for Gmail signatures. Try shortening your signature to resolve the error message.
Can I Have Multiple Signatures in Gmail?
Gmail does allow you to create multiple email signatures. It is a good idea to set up separate Gmail signatures. You can customize the signatures as appropriate for business, friends, and family.
To generate additional signatures:
1. Open the Gmail App.
2. Tap the gear icon for “Settings” management.
3. Scroll down to “Signature” options.
4. Select “Create New” for each new signature you add.
When you write an email, use the signature menu in the “Compose” toolbar to switch between signatures. You can make a different signature for your default, new, and reply messages. Gmail lets you pick a different signature with every email you send if you choose.
When Unique Is How You Think
Just as your handwritten signature serves as your exclusive identifier, a distinctive Gmail signature signifies your bottom line in an email message. A Gmail signature is a cost-free professional way to promote your brand if you’re a business owner. In a personal email, a one-of-a-kind Gmail signature reflects your individual creativity.
Tell us whether you use a unique email signature. Was it difficult to create? Also, let us know if you used any of the steps in this article in the comment section below.