Yesterday we talked about how to set up separate mail signatures in Mail app for iOS. You saw how easy and intuitive it is on iOS, but now let’s go through this process on Android this time. Most Android smartphones come with 2 pre-installed mail clients: Email and Gmail. The first mentioned is a more universal one in which you can set up all your email accounts (Yahoo, AOL, Gmail, etc.) whereas Gmail allows you to connect your Google Mail accounts only. Let’s see how to set up different signatures on both of them.
- Launch the Email application.
- While in, click on the Menu button on your device and then select Settings.
- Here you can see all your Added accounts on which you can set up different signatures for outgoing emails.
- Tap on your desired email account and the settings page of the account will open.
- Usually, the 3rd field will be Signature. You can switch this option On/Off or you can edit your signature for this specific account. By default the signature looks like: “Sent from Samsung Mobile”. If you tap on the default one, a pop-up window appears where you can add your own signature.
- Follow the above steps for each account you’ve set up in Email app and you’ll have a different signature for all your outgoing emails depending from which account you send them.
- Launch the Gmail application.
- While in the app, click on the Menu button on your device. From the popup window select Settings.
- Similarly to Email app, Gmail displays all your previously configured accounts here too.
- Tap on your preferred account to set up a specific email signature for it.
- Here you can see the Signature field. When you select it, a popup window appears where you can see the built-in signature and modify it based on your preferences.
That’s it! You now have set up your signatures accordingly and is was as quick and easy as on iOS. I hope you guys found this guide helpful. Please leave your opinion in the comment section below.