Recently I’ve got an email message and at the end it said:
‘Sent from my iPhone. Please excuse the brevity and spelling mistakes.’
It reminded my how I still had the default ‘Sent from my iPhone’ email signature and how I always delete it and replace it with some new text. I always wanted to customize it and I decided today was the day.
Here are the steps to customize your email signature:
- On the Welcome screen, tap Settings.
- On the Settings screen, scroll down and tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
- On the Mail, Contacts, Calendars screen, scroll down and tap Signature.
- Enter your email signature. Only text format is allowed but you can type in links and they will be displayed as clickable links when you send emails.
- Tap Mail to return to the previous screens.
A step by step article with screenshots. Very useful if you are a visual person and learn easily by watching rather than reading: http://email.about.com/od/iphonemailtips/qt/et_ip_signature.htm
A similar article but this website also has tons of other tips on how to set up your email (including signatures) for various gadgets, operating systems, and platforms: http://www.hosting.com/support/email/set-up-your-iphone-email-signature
An article that shows how to create an HTML signature. You can include your logo and links to your social media accounts using icons, so it is fancier. However, you need to be comfortable to give all your information online for the application to generate it for you: http://www.simonblog.com/2011/01/19/iphone-tip-how-to-create-html-email-signature
Let us know if you found this post useful in a comment. You can also check out How to create your HTML signature on iPhone or iPad and How to set up your HTML email signature in OS X Mountain Lion for more on email signatures on iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
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