Here's how to update your email signature so that it contains an image of your company logo, or any other image you may choose to use. You can add multiple images if you wish. We provide free app icons you can easily add to your email signature and route clients to your unique URL so they can easily download your app. Then when the client clicks on the image, whether they use Android or Apple devices, they will be redirected to your Mobile Engagement Page.
1) First go to Outlook, select Tools > Options from the top menu. Go to the Mail Format tab as shown below and under the Signatures heading click on the Signatures button.
2) Select an existing signature you want to edit or click to create a new one. Once this is done highlight the signature you want to edit as shown below and add the text you want to appear at the bottom of your email messages.
3) Then, position the cursor where you want to insert the graphic, picture or logo. Click the Insert Pictures button, circled below, in the formatting toolbar. Find and select the picture from your computer you want to insert into the signature. Please make sure before adding that the image is small (less than some 200 KB would be optimal). If you need to, use a picture editor to reduce the file size and image proportions before inserting it. Do not use Outlook to resize the picture! Click Insert > OK > OK to apply these changes.
4) Position the cursor in the signature where you want to add a link. When you add an image you will see it in the white space shown below the text. Click on the image to select it, and then on the formatting toolbar, click the Hyperlink button circled below. Add your unique app URL and once it's inserted, click OK > OK to finalize changes. You're all set!
1) Once in your Gmail inbox, click on Settings > General > Signature. Compose the text portion of your signature as shown below. If you see that it only allows you enter only plain text, go back to start a new message in Gmail using rich formatting before returning here to edit your signature settings.
3) Then click the Insert Image button circled below in order to add your image. Do this only after you have positioned your text cursor where you want the image to appear in your email signature. In the example below, we have selected to place the image right under the company name. You can also choose to add a text prompt before or after the image e.g. "Click here to download my app!"
3) Currently Gmail supports only the addition of public images on the web such as your company logo. Enter the desired image's URI (on the web page, blog or image hosting service) under Image URL.
4) Once the image is added, you will see it in the white space below the email signature. Now all you need is to convert it to a working hyperlink, click and drag to highlight the image. Then click on the Link button circled below. Enter your Mobile Engagement Page URL and then click OK.
5) To finalize these changes, scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save Changes.