This post will help you access the iOS settings where you can set up or create mobile email signatures on the new iPhone SE 2020 smartphone. Read on to learn how to customize the emails you’ve sent through the stock Mail app by etching a distinctive signature.
Email Signature Setup in iOS 13
One of the ways to make your emails stand out and look more authentic is by etching a signature in them. In iOS devices, the stock Mail app allows you to set up distinctive and rich HTML signatures for each of your email accounts.
By default, the separate email signature on an iPhone is a simple plain-text phrase that says, “Sent from my iPhone.”
If you own an iPhone SE 2020 and are wondering how to replace the default Mail signature with a more personalized text, then this step-by-step walkthrough will help you do it.
Easy Steps to Create Mobile Email Signature on iPhone SE 2020
Time Needed : 5 minutes
The following depicts the actual steps of modifying the default Mail signature on the iPhone SE 2020 smartphone. These steps are likewise applicable to other iOS devices that run on the same iOS version as that of the new special edition iOS smartphone. However, there may be some variations to the actual screens and menu options.
- To get started, tap the Settings icon from the Home screen.
Doing so will let you access the main settings menu where you can see a list of all the iOS 13 features including basic and advanced system functions.
- Scroll down to locate and then tap Mail.
Another screen opens with the Mail app settings and email features.
- Scroll down to view more items. Then, tap Signature under the Composing section.
The Signature menu will load up next.
Here, you will see the default email signature set on the phone that says, Sent from my iPhone.
- To change the default signature, simply tap on the default text-phrase.
When you see the blinking cursor and the soft keyboard, that's an indication that you can now edit the existing signature.
- Tap the Backspace on the soft keyboard to erase the existing text phrase and then type in your preferred email signature to use.
Once you're finished typing, tap the Arrow back on the upper-leftmost corner of the screen.
The current text-phrase will then be saved automatically as you're routed back to the Mail settings.
- iOS 13.6.2
- Apple iPhone SE 2020
You can also see that the Signature text value has already been replaced.
If you want to change or replace it with a different text or phrase, just repeat the same steps to get back to the Mail settings and then access the Signature menu to make necessary changes.
To see how it works, try to compose a test email through the Mail app and then send it to yourself.
When you receive that email, you should see the signature you’ve recently set up beneath the message body.
All your new email messages will also have that same signature at the bottom.
Other Ways to Create Better Email Signature on your iPhone
You can also enhance your signature with rich HTML email formatting. This however requires you to use any app that can create rich HTML text.
Alternatively, you can use the rich text signature from the email app on your Mac or Windows computer. Once you’re done creating an HTML signature on your computer, do the following:
- Send yourself a sample email with the rich HTML signature you created on your computer.
- Go to your iPhone then tap Mail.
- Open your Inbox/Mailbox.
- Tap to open the sample email that you’ve sent to yourself.
- Select the signature and then tap Copy.
- After copying the signature, go back to your Home screen and then tap Settings.
- Open the Mail app.
- Select Signature.
- On the signature menu, tap and hold the existing signature and then tap Select All.
- Finally, tap Paste and then select Mail to save the new signature.
The Mail app will then automatically apply the formatted signature, which will be included in any new email messages from that account.
The process of setting up or changing email signature may vary between email service providers. In fact, third-party email services do offer more advanced features that would allow you to create a signature that is more than just a plain text or phrase.
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