This post will walk you through activating the iOS Gmail app feature that allows you to set up a unique text signature on the 3rd generation special edition iPhone. Here’s a quick guide to enable and set up Gmail mobile signature on iPhone SE 3 2022.
iPhone Email Signature (Gmail)
Embedding a signature into an email message would make the email look more legit and trustworthy.
That said, setting up your personal or corporate email account is highly recommended.
If you’re using any of the leading email platforms like Gmail, you can add a signature to your email messages from a computer and a separate one for mobile devices. If you’re using the web version of Gmail, web signature will be used and mobile signature for the mobile version.
The email signature that’s showing in the browser is different from the one that appears in mobile devices unless you’ve configured your Gmail account to use the same signature from the web version of Gmail.
Adding a mobile signature in the iOS version of Gmail app is fairly simple. All you have to do is access the app’s settings menu on your iOS device.
In case you’re wondering how to get this done on the recently released 3rd generation iPhone SE device, you can refer to this subsequent walkthrough.
Steps to Enable/Set Up Gmail Mobile Signature on iPhone SE 3
Performing the following steps will take you to the iOS Gmail app signature settings where you can activate and set up a new signature to be displayed beneath every email you send using the mobile version of Google’s email application.
Before you proceed, verify and ensure that the correct email account is set up on your device. Note that the email signature you’ll create with these procedures will be assigned to the email account that’s registered on the iPhone. Care to check this information especially if multiple accounts are set up on your device.
Once you’ve got everything set, you may go ahead and proceed with these steps to set up your iPhone Gmail signature:
Step 1: Open Gmail app on your iPhone to get started. Just tap on the Gmail app icon from the Home screen.
Step 2: Next, tap on the Menu icon (three short horizontal lines) on the top-left corner of the Gmail inbox screen. Doing so will launch a side menu that contains a list of options for your account.
Step 3: Scroll to find and then tap Settings. In-app settings for your Gmail account will load up on the next screen.
Step 4: To continue, tap the right-arrow next to your Gmail (email address).
Step 5: On the succeeding menu, you’ll see a list of all preloaded email features and options. Find and then tap Signature Settings.
Step 6: On the succeeding menu, toggle to turn on the switch next to the Mobile Signature option.
Step 7: Type your signature into the provided text field.
Your signature will appear on every email message you send on your iPhone.
Please note though that if you enable Gmail signature through the mobile app, your signature will not work from the mobile website.
Unlike the web version, you cannot include hyperlinks, images, and rich text formatting to your mobile Gmail signature because only plain text is supported by the mobile signature.
Should you wish to make necessary changes to your email signature, just repeat the same steps to get back to the iOS Gmail app settings where you can edit and update your existing mobile signature.
The above procedure is also applicable when setting up an email signature on the iOS Gmail app on other iOS devices that are running on the same iOS version with that of the 3rd generation special edition iPhone.
However, there may be some slight difference on every device’s user interface considering that screens and menu items may likewise vary between device models and network service providers.
Also make sure that you are using the latest version of Gmail app on your iPhone. If you haven’t enabled automatic updates for your apps, then care to check for pending app updates to download and install on the App Store.
And that’s how to enable and set up a email signature on the iPhone SE 3 2022 Gmail mobile application.
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