Setting up a mobile signature for your Gmail account is a fairly easy process. If you haven’t tried this yet and are keen on making your first one, I’ve prepared a simple guide for personal reference. Here’s how to add a mobile signature on your Galaxy S20 Gmail account.
Mobile signature refers to a digital signature that is generated either on a mobile phone. The signature you indicate on your Gmail account will be displayed on all of your messages. It’s like adding a personal touch to your message, whether on business or personal emails.
Read on for more detailed instructions.
Easy steps to Add Mobile Signature on your Galaxy S20 Gmail Account
Time Needed : 5 minutes
The following steps will help you create your very first mobile email signature on your new Samsung smartphone. To make this guide even easier, I’ve also included the screenshots representing each of the given instructions. This way you won’t have a hard time navigating through the screens and menu items.
- Access the Apps screen then tap to open the Google folder.
To do this, just swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen then find the Google folder icon.
This folder contains Google-related apps and services.
- Select then tap the Gmail icon.
Doing so will open the Gmail app.
- From the Gmail app, tap the Navigation or Menu icon.
This icon is represented by a three horizontal line located at the upper-left side of the Gmail screen.
A pop-up menu with a list of sub-items will appear.
- Scroll down and tap Settings.
The Gmail app settings will then be displayed.
- Tap to select the Gmail account that you’d like to add a signature on.
You will be routed to another screen with different options you can use to manage your Gmail account.
- Scroll down and tap Mobile Signature.
The Mobile Signature label will read 'Not set' if you haven't yet set/assigned a signature.
- Enter your preferred Signature on the pop-up menu then tap OK.
You will see that the ‘Not set’ label is replaced with the signature you've created recently.
- Android 10, One UI 2.0 and up
- Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, Galaxy S20 Ultra
If you want to use a different signature, simply tap the Mobile signature then replace the existing signature with the new one.
In case you’re wondering why your desktop signature is not showing up in your mobile Gmail app emails, it is likely because the Gmail (mobile) app does not have access to the signature defined in the web interface. To make the web signature work on the mobile version of the app, you need to enable mobile signature on your Gmail web account settings. Otherwise, you will need to create a separate signature to use in the app.
Compared to the Gmail signature on a regular desktop (web), mobile signature cannot include images, hyperlinks and rich text formatting. In other words, mobile signature only supports plain text. Nonetheless, it makes your every email message more personalized.
For further verification and assistance in creating/changing your Gmail signature on the new Samsung smartphone, contact Google’s Gmail support.
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