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How to add multiple signatures in Gmail

add multiple signatures in Gmail

Gmail has enabled users to create and add more than one signatures. Essentially, a signature can include your name, title, contact information, and pictures or links. With this, you will also be able to create multiple signatures.

Google mentions that multiple signatures give users the flexibility to use different signatures for different situations such as communicating across teams and organisations. One can also set different default signatures for new emails and replies, and more. Apart from this, Gmail users can also customise background themes.

This is how you will be able to create multiple signatures in Gmail:

— Open Gmail

— Go to the top right, click Settings > all settings

— Then go to General tab, scroll to Signature where you will be able to click Create new

— Then name your signature, click Create. Google says that this name is not your actual signature, but is a name for the signature template. In order to use the additional signatures, users need to open the signature menu in the compose action toolbar to switch signatures.

— In the text box at the right, you have to add your signature text

— This is when you have to use the format bar where you will have to add text colour, links and images.

— Once this is done, you need to click save changes.

Apart from this, users can also add signatures by following these steps:

— Open Gmail

— Then open compose

— Click on the pen

— Click on insert signature if a signature already exists

— Manage signature to create a new one

— Create new

— Enter signature

— You have to select options from “for new emails”, “for forwarded emails.”

— You need to select the font and size to customise the text

— You have to select options from snippets, indicators and vacation responders

— Click on save changes

 

 

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