how to image and hyperlink in your Mac Mail signature

How to add images and links to your Mac Mail signature

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Create your Mac Mail signature

Having a great Apple Mail email signature makes a big difference in how people judge your professionalism when reading your emails.

2 ways to make your signature look great is by including an image of you or your brand logo, and by adding links to your social media and website. 

This guide will show you how to add images and links to Mac Mail – quick and easy (not as an attachment). Just follow the 6 simple steps below.

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Step

Open the Mac Mail signature editor

Adding image links to your Mac Mail signature - step 1

Open the Mail app in Mac OS; go to the “Mail” menu → “Preferences”.

Step

Create or edit your signature

adding a mac mail signature image not attachment - step 2

Choose the “Signatures” tab, then click the [+] plus button to add a new signature, or select a signature you’ve already created.

Step

Add an image to your Mac Mail signature

add mac mail signature image - step 3

Open your “Finder” to locate the image you want to add to your signature; select the image and then drag and drop it into the Signature section of the Apple Mail app.

Step

Add hyperlink to Mac Mail signature image

Add a hyperlink image to Mac Mail signature

To add a hyperlink to the image, select the image, go to “Edit”, then click “add link” and enter the URL into the box. You can also use the shortcut “Command + K” (⌘+K).

Step

Add a hyperlink to Mac Mail signature

how to add a Mac Mail signature - step 3 - Add hyperlinks

In the right panel, highlight the text you want to hyperlink in the signature.

Step

Add your hyperlink address (URL)

how to add a Mac Mail signature - step 4 - Add hyperlinks URL

Select “Edit” → “Add Link”from the menu bar or use the keyboard shortcut Command + K

Enter the complete Internet address in the field provided (including http://) and click “Ok”.

Close the “Signatures”window, and you’re done!

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