Signifyd Email Signature Builder

Step 1: Fill this form and click the button

  • Whatever you put in a field will show in the output as-is.
  • Copying in Safari is not working well; we suggest using a different browser
  • Some mobile email clients, such as GMail, do not provide for HTML signatures; pasting into the email itself works fine
  • Entered values are saved automatically.
Full Name*
Job Title*
Full Email*
Use your address "@signifyd.com"
Work Phone: 
(leave blank to remove)  
Note: include parentheses and dashes, e.g. "(408) 555-5555"
Mobile Phone: 
(leave blank to remove)  
Note: include parentheses and dashes, e.g. "(408) 555-5555"
Full LinkedIn URL: 
(leave blank to remove)  
Copy from your LinkedIn profile
Promotion: 

Step 2: Click this button

Step 3: Copy

Signifyd
Firstname Lastname
Job Title Here, Signifyd
 
 
Work: (555) 555-5555 | Mobile: (555) 555-5555
 
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Step 4: In your email client, find the signature feature, paste and save

Instructions for Apple Mail, Gmail and Outlook

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Apple Mail

  1. In Apple Mail, find the "Mail" menu and select "Preferences"
  2. On the Signatures tab, select Signifyd account
  3. Click the plus button (+) to create a new signature
  4. Rename the new signature
  5. In the right side text box, Select All (command-a) and Delete
  6. Un-check the "Always match my default message font" checkbox
  7. Paste the copied signature into the empty text box; it may look strange, graphics missing, odd spacing, etc., but it should look fine in actual email
  8. Select the new signature from the "Choose Signature" menu
  9. Close the Preferences dialog box

That's it, your ready. When you create a new email, the signature will be included automatically. 

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Gmail

  1. In Gmail, find the gear Settings icon and select "Settings" from the menu
  2. In the Signature text box, Paste
  3. (Optional) Check the checkbox for "Insert this signature before quoted text in replies and remove the "--" line that precedes it." if you want to remove the double dash and include your signature in replies. 
  4. Click "Save Changes" at the bottom

That's it, your ready. When you create a new email, the signature will be included automatically

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Forwarding in Gmail

Gmail images and forwarding
Under certain circumstances, Gmail will suppress images placed in emails, such as our signature graphics. Forwarding without turning the images on will result in a poor brand experience for the recipient. Please activate images in Signifyd emails when forwarding or replying.

Outlook

There are a few extra steps for Outlook, naturally.

  1. Start by creating a New Email in Outlook
  2. Place your cursor in the message body area and Paste
  3. Select All (control-a)
  4. Click the Underline button twice; this adds underlines, then removes them from all of the text, including the links
  5. With everything still selected, click the Font Color menu and use the bottom left light grey color
  6. Carefully select just the first two lines of text, your name and job title
  7. Click the Font Color menu and use the middle second column medium grey value (see figure)
  8. Select All (control-a) again and Copy
  9. Select "Signatures" from the Signature menu
  10. Click "New" to create a new signature, give it a name and click "OK"
  11. Place your cursor in the signature text box, and Paste
  12. Click "OK" to save the signature

That's it, your ready. When you create a new email, the signature will be included automatically

Forwarding in Outlook

Click YesYou may notice that Outlook does not show you graphics in the email other people send you, by default. You have to turn the graphics on, and many Outlook users don't bother, which is fine. But remember when you forward to allow the graphics to show. Click "Yes" in the Automatic Picture Download dialog box when forwarding email with Signifyd images, in Outlook.

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