How to Create or Change your Signature in Gmail

The signature is an integral part of an email. It gives a brief introduction of the sender to the receiver. And, if you send a lot of emails from your Gmail account, it will be a troublesome task to type the signature in every mail. Instead, you can create a signature in Gmail or change your existing signature to suit your requirements.

After creating the signature in Gmail, you can set it to append automatically to your new emails or replies. Now, you won’t have to type the signature manually every time. Simply click the Compose or Reply button and the signature will be added automatically.

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Create a New Signature in Gmail or Modify the Existing Gmail Signature

In this tutorial, we will describe the method to create a new signature in Gmail on the desktop. You can also use this process to change or modify your existing Gmail signature. Just follow these steps.

Step 1: Open Gmail Settings

First of all, go to and log in to your account. After that, click the Settings (gear) icon near your profile icon at the top-right corner and select See all settings.

Open Gmail Click Settings Icon And Select See All Settings
Open Gmail > Click Settings > Select See All Settings

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Step 2: Click Create New to Create a Signature

Now, on the General tab, scroll down to the Signature section (it’s quite down below). Here, you will see the list of your existing Gmail signatures. Below that, you will also see an option to create a new signature for your Gmail account.

So, to add a new signature, click Create New button.

On The General Tab Scroll Down To Signatures And Click Create New
On the General tab, scroll down to Signatures and click Create New

Now, type a name for your new Gmail signature and click the Create button.

Type A Name For The Signature And Click Create
Type a name for your Signature and click Create

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Step 3: Create or Modify your Signature

Now, select the newly created signature and type in the signature text. You can also use formatting and images in the Gmail signature.

You can also choose to set this signature as default for new emails or replies.

Create or change Your Signature And Set It As Default For New Mails And Replies
Create your Signature and set it as default for new emails/replies

Finally, scroll down and click the Save Changes button to save the changes or create a new Signature in Gmail.

Scroll Down To Bottom And Click Save Changes
Click Save Changes to create the Signature

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Step 4: See it in Action

Now, it’s time to see your signature in action. So, click the Compose button to create a new email in Gmail. A “New Message” pop-up window will show up and you will see your default signature already there.

Click Compose Button To Create New Mail And Check The Signature
Click the Compose button to create a new email

Step 5: Switch Between Signatures

If you have created multiple signatures in your Gmail account, you can easily change your signature directly from the “New Message” window.

Click on Signatures (pen icon) at the bottom toolbar and select your desired Gmail signature.

Use Signature Button To change or switch between Signatures
Use the Signature button to switch between multiple signatures

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Manage your Gmail Signature with Ease

The above tutorial explained how you can easily create a new signature in Gmail or change the existing Gmail signature. You can use various formatting options and include images in the signature to make it look compelling.

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