How To Add An Email Signature in Gmail with a Logo/Image

In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to add an email signature in Gmail with an image or a logo.

To do this, all you need is access to your Gmail account, create an email signature, add an image or logo to it then save the signature and you’re all done.

Note: the digits in brackets e.g. (00:02) indicate the minutes of that exact explanation in the video so you can easily jump to that section and follow along.

Video: Adding an Email Signature in Gmail Tutorial

Add an Email Signature to your Gmail Account

To kick this off, log into your Gmail account then go to Settings (00:13)

In your settings, scroll down to the Signature option, by default it will show No Signature, select the option to append at the end of all outgoing messages, down in the text box you can add the text you want in your signature, like your name, email, website etc (00:43)

To Read: How to Create Business Email & Use it with Gmail for Free

add an email signature in gmail

You can also add hyperlinks to your signature, for example, the link to your website; select your website text then click on the hyperlink icon to add the link. 

Add an Image or Logo to your Email Signature

If you want to add an image to your signature, for example, your logo, click on the insert image icon (00:59), in the next window you need to add your image URL.

Log into your website, then on your dashboard go to Media, select your logo then copy its URL (01:22), back in your email signature settings, paste your URL (01:36) then click OK.

Check the option to Insert signature before quoted text (01:45), then scroll down and save changes.

When you go to Compose an email, you’ll see that your email signature is active (02:00)

To Read: How to use Gmail to Send and Receive from other Email Addresses

In closing 

That’s how you can set up an email signature in your Gmail account. If you have multiple email accounts linked to your Gmail you can also still set up signatures for them.

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