Email signatures are automatic “sign-offs” that you can use when sending emails. They automatically add to the end of your email, usually signing off with your name and a salutation.
Of course, email signatures can get more complex by adding website links, your Twitter profile or your job position.
This article will teach you step by step, how to change or create an email signature for Yahoo Mail. Just follow the steps below.
1. First, open up your desired browser whether it’s Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer. You can do this through the Start Menu, Task Bar or Desktop.
Next, type www.mail.yahoo.com into your browser’s address bar.
Or, you can go to www.yahoo.com and click on the purple envelope icon in the top right hand corner.
Next, fill in your email and password into the log-in screen. Make sure to type your password in carefully, avoiding any typos. Click on the blue Sign In button.
Click on the Settings wheel in your Inbox. It is in the top right hand corner. Then, click on “Settings” in the dropdown menu.
A settings menu window will open up. Click on Accounts which is on the left hand side and then on your email address.
Add a check (or tick) to the checkbox which says “Append an email signature to the emails you send”. This will ensure that you want to add an email signature to all your emails, and this will allow you to start creating or editing your email signature.
Get to work on your email signature by filling up the text box with the text of your email signature.
A sample email signature could look like this:
Thanks for contacting me!
Work Position/Website Link/Phone Number
Now that we’ve created a signature, we can significantly enhance it and give a more professional and polished look using the formatting tools. We’ll look at that process tomorrow in part 2 of this article.