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Saturday, June 26, 2021

Add an Image to Your Gmail Signature

  1. 1. With Gmail open, go to the upper-right corner and select the Settings (gear) icon. Then, from the menu, choose See all settings.

    The "See All Settings" button in Gmail
  2. 2. Go the General tab and scroll down to the Signature area.

  3. 3. If you don't have an existing signature, select Create new. If you have a signature set up, select it.

    Note: If you have Gmail set up to send mail from multiple email addresses, you'll see those email accounts listed here. Select the email address from the drop-down menu for which you want to make the image signature.

    The Create New Signature button
  4. 4. If you're creating a new signature, enter a name for it, and select Create.

    The Name New Signature box
  5. 5. Position the mouse cursor where you want the image to go. For example, if it should appear below your name, type your name and press Enter to create a new line for the picture.

  6. 6. From the menu in the signature editor, select Insert Image. The Add an image dialog box appears.

    Tip: If you use Gmail for business, this is an opportunity to include a custom logo or a small picture of yourself. Don't overdo it with a signature that's too flashy.

    The Insert Image button in Gmail settings
  7. 7. In the Add an image dialog box, search or browse your pictures in the My Drive tab, or upload one using Upload or Web Address (URL).

    Upload options in the Add an Image window in Gmail
  8. 8. Choose Select to insert the image into the signature.

    If you upload an image from your computer, the image automatically copies to the signature field.

  9. 9. To resize the image once it's inserted into the signature, select it, then choose SmallMediumLarge, or Original Size.

    Image size options in a Gmail signature
  10. 10. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and select Save Changes.

    The Save Changes button in Gmail
  11. 11. The image appears with your signature on each message you send.

    Note: Return to these steps to remove the image from the signature, edit the text, or disable the signature.

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