Add a signature in Outlook
Create your Outlook signature in 1 of 3 ways: edit directly in your Outlook app, set up using a signature generator or by using a predesigned template.
3 ways to start creating your Outlook signature
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- Add your info in the signature fields, an image or a logo
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- Set up an email signature in Outlook with 1-click
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Frequently Asked Questions
How can I create multiple signatures in Outlook?
Adding multiple signatures in Outlook is different for web and desktop apps. For Outlook 365 and OWA, it is not possible to add multiple signatures but you can bypass this using the “My templates” feature – learn how.
For the Outlook desktop versions you can add as many signatures as you’d like from the integrated app editor – learn how. But the best and easiest way is to use the Wisestamp free Outlook signature generator – try it
How can I add an image or logo to my Outlook signature?
You have 2 main options for adding an image in Outlook. The first (more complicated and less rewarding) option is to access your Outlook app signature editor and upload an image from your computer- learn how.
For this, you’ll need to know HTML and understand design. The second (easier and elegant) option is to create a professional Outlook signature with an image using an Outlook signature generator.
How can I make my Outlook mobile signature the same as my desktop?
The short answer is – you can’t. Outlook mobile apps for Android and iOS don’t permit making an HTML signature. They don’t even permit adding images. Your best option is to make a simple text signature.
How can I manage my company-wide Outlook signatures?
For managing your team’s Outlook signatures you’ll need special software for Outlook email signature management. Wisestamp has the world’s leading signature manager for Outlook. It’s the only one with an extension that auto-syncs your Outlook desktop and web app signatures for your entire organization with 1 click and no manual copy-paste set up – try it.
How do I make a cool Outlook signature?
The easiest way for making a cool Outlook signature is by using an Outlook signature maker. The best signature maker for this is Wisestamp since it has over 20 different add-on and features that allow you to customize your signature to fit your needs. You can add GIF banners, custom buttons, a handwritten signature, and much more – see some cool examples here.
How to design my signature in Outlook?
There are 3 ways to design your Outlook email signature. 1) By using your Outlook app’s integrated editor, this may not be the best-looking signature. 2) By using an Outlook email signature generator like WiseStamp. This will be the prettiest and simplest option. 3) Create a design in Photoshop or Figma and use your design in image format or code your design in HTML. This option is for professionals.
How do I customize my signature in Outlook?
Outlook allows you to customize your signature through the signature editor integrated into their app (both web and desktop). This editor is not very dynamic so your ability to create a good looking or functional signature is quite limited.
To learn how to do this for Outlook web, for Outlook 2013-2019, and for Outlook 2007-2010. If you’re looking for a less tech-savvy way, consider trying Wisestamp’s Outlook signature generator – it does much more in much less effort.