If you are tired of manually adding your name, job title, and contact information to every email you send, then worry no more. I'm going to show you now how to set up an email signature in Gmail.
First things first, let's open up your Gmail account. Once you're in, click on the gear icon in the top right corner, and select "See all settings" from the sidebar.
Scroll down until you see the "Signature" section, and hit “Create new”. Here, you can type in whatever information you want to include in your email signature. This could be your name, job title, phone number, website, or anything else you think is important for your recipients to know.
You can also format your signature by adding different fonts, colors, or even images. Just click on the formatting options below the text box to make your signature stand out.
On top of that, you can set up 2 different signatures: one for new emails and another one for replies and forwards.
Once you're happy with your signature, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click "Save Changes." And that's it! From now on, every email you send will automatically include your personalized signature. Thanks for watching, and happy emailing!