How To Change Gmail Signature On Desktop And Mobile

Signed-off outgoing emails with Gmail signature looks professional when compared with unsigned emails. If you are wondering how to make use of this feature, this post will guide you on how to change your email signature on a computer and mobile including Android and iPhone apps.

Gmail is among the most used free email service providers due to its features. With Gmail email, one is sure of enjoying unlimited features at no cost, which is unlikely the case with other free email providers. For example, Gmail allows one to add and change email signatures for free, supports email forwarding at no cost, etc.

Making use of the Gmail signature feature allows one to add personal information including full name, position, phone number, and any other info that makes the email message look professional. Follow the instructions below to change your Gmail signature on Android, iPhone, and desktop.

How to change Gmail signature on desktop (Basic HTML Version)

  • Log into “Gmail”
  • Click “Settings”
  • Click “Signature” under general settings
  • Type in your “Signature Text”
  • Click “Save Changes”

How to change Gmail signature on desktop (Standard View)

  • Log into “Gmail
  • Click “Gear Icon” to access settings.
  • Click “See all Settings”
  • Scroll to “Signature” under the general tab
  • Type in your “Signature Text”
  • Click “Save Changes”

How to change Gmail signature on Android and iPhone

  • Tap “Apps”
  • Launch “Gmail app”
  • Tap the “3 Lines” to access the menu
  • Tap “Settings”
  • Tap the “Email address” you want to set
  • Scroll down and tap “Mobile Signature”
  • Enter “Signature Text”
  • Tap “OK”

By saving settings, you have successfully changed your Gmail signature on the windows browser, Android, or iOS iPhone app. What you add is instant and will be attached the next time you send an email from the mobile app or desktop. The same instructions are followed when adding the signature to iPad and iPod touch for the first time.

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