How to create a signature?

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By Iren

updated about 1 month ago

Note: Make sure you are using either Google Chrome or Firefox during the installation process.

Step 1.

After Sign up or Log in, create a signature to get acquainted with the MySignature editor by clicking New signature button in the Dashboard. 

Step 2. 

In the opened window, fill your signature with necessary information like name, company, title, and contact details by clicking General tab. 

Step 3. 

Clicking Images tab, upload your logo, personal image, and/or the banner and choose their size, shape or add the link.

Step 4. 

Clicking Social tab, select the social media you use most often and add to the contacts. Edit each social media details, changing the URL.

Step 5. 

Clicking Addons tab, add different add-ons such as Sign off, Disclaimer, Green message, etc.

Step 6. 

Proceeding to the design, select the corresponding tab, and select the suitable HTML signature template.

Step 7. 

Then choose the best-suitable layout options in the Design tab, such as:

  • font family;
  • font size;
  • font color;
  • social icons size;
  • social icons shape;
  • social icons style;
  • social icons background.

Step 8. 

If everything is ok, click Save signature button to save your signature.

Step 9. 

Then click Copy to clipboard button

or copy the HTML source code of the signature you previewed to proceed with the installation. 

Good job! You have created a very professional email signature.

Note: Please check this list of the installation guides for different email clients before the installation process.

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