Mail is Apple's native app where you can centralize all your email accounts. With several easy-to-use options that are very reminiscent of other email services, such as Hotmail (Outlook) or gmail, it also allows you to add a signature so that every email sent from it automatically identifies you.
Automatic signatures are very useful, especially for commercial emails. In addition, subscriptions can provide even more important information, such as contact, profession, business address, and so on.
The app is available for most Apple devices and also has tools to optimize user navigation, such as swipe options – which you can find out how to change or disable by clicking here.
Our test was done from an iPhone 7. Shall we go?
How to create a signature in iPhone Mail?
1. Go to “Settings”, click on “Mail”. Scroll the screen to the end and tap “Signature”;
2. Write how you want to be identified in your outgoing emails, as well as any other information you want to add, such as a phone number. The signature will appear at the bottom of each message;
3. After finishing, just click on “Mail” (in the upper left corner of the screen) to return to the main menu. Changes are automatically saved by the settings.
Ready! Now you know how to add a signature in the iPhone Mail app. Did you like the tip? So share with friends.
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