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How to create email signature in Outlook, Gmail and Yahoo mail

Confused on how to create an email signature for work or for education. These simple steps will guide you on how to create one. Here are the steps to create an email signature.

Many people get lost when it comes to creating an email signature on Outlook, Gmail,  or Yahoo mail. Without an email signature, the message sent always seems to be incomplete. The following steps will guide you on how to create email signatures. Follow the steps below. 

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How to create an email signature in GmailFor those who use Gmail very often, it is an easy step. And creating an email signature will make your email look more professional. Creating a unique email signature will help you add your profession, help find business, and communicate with others efficiently. The first thing to create the signature is opening Gmail and clicking on the settings icon. Now go to all settings and locate the signature tab. Enter the unique email signature, there is also an advanced option. 

Step 1: Log in to Gmail account

  • Press the setting icon
  • Click on all settings
  • Scroll to the “signature field”
  • Add your email signature 

Step 2: Enter your information, contact information 

  • Full name
  • Phone number 
  • Your Website (If needed)
  • Your title/Job

Step 3: Format the Information 

  • Decide character
  • Colour 
  • Dimension of the text

Step 4: Add links: company/website

  • Click link icon 
  • Enter the URL
  • Ass active link

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  • How to create an email signature on Yahoo

How to create an email signature on YahooCreating a signature on Yahoo mail will make it more professional, too. The signature will appear at the end of each email you send. The email signature is an opportunity to make a great first impression. It communicates with the email recipient about yourself without having to be told or enquired by them. The following steps are guides to create it. 

Step 1:  Create an account and log in

  • Username and password 

Step 2: Go to setting 

  • Click on the setting icon 
  • Go to more setting 

Step 3: Click on writing an email 

  • Enable the signature option 
  • Write your signature
  • Change the font option (if needed) 

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  • Email signature in outlook

Having an email signature is compared to handing a person your business card. Email signatures are extremely valuable tools and very simple to implement also. It creates legitimacy and professionalism, branding, brand recognition, and acts as a digital business card. The basics of email signature are name, position, phone number, email, website, and logo (if you have one). Here are the few steps required. 

Step 1: Create an account and log in

  • Login 
  • Username and password 

Step 2: Click setting  

  • Scroll down
  • All outlook setting

Step 3: Select mail>Compose and reply 

  • Go to the email signature option 

Step 4: Under email signature 

  • Type your signature
  • Enter all details (to what you need)
  • Change format
  • Choose options 
  • On new message or forward message

Step 4: Save the setting changes (important)

  • Save all the setting 
  • It will appear at the bottom of the message you sent.

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