Microsoft’s new webmail offering – Outlook.com is here to replace Hotmail. This new email service from Microsoft comes with some exciting new features and a new Metro UI interface which Windows 8 users will be familiar with.
Add Signatures to Outlook.com Webmail
Email signatures are one very important aspect of any webmail. Signatures help us in adding personal contact information, a favorite quote or any other text. Marketers also use signatures to advertise their business/products but there are variety of other uses of signatures. Whatever your purpose may be, if you are trying out Outlook.com then it supports adding signature to your email. Just create a personalized signature and that will be automatically embedded to every email that you compose.
To create a signature in Outlook.com, click on the gear icon from the upper right corner and then click on “More mail settings.”
This should open mail settings. Under “Writing email” section, click on “Message font and signature”.
In the “personal signature” section, type your signature that you will like to add at the bottom of each message.
You can also change the signature format, from “Rich text” to “Edit in HTML” or “Plain text.” The rich text editor gives you a visual editor where you can select the text and add various effects like bold, italics, underline, change font size, color, alignment, etc. When you are done, click on “Save”.
Now when you start composing new mail, you can see the signature at the bottom of the mail.