The text you see at the bottom of an email is called a signature. It typically contains the persons name and contact information. It can also include quotes, jokes, company logos and, really, just about anything you can think of.
How do I add a signature to my emails?
Let’s assume you are using gmail.
- click on the gear in the upper right portion of your screen and then select “Settings”
- Once you are in the settings page, scroll down a bit until you see the section labeled “Signature”
- In the box to the right, you can type in anything you would like to see at the bottom of your emails
When you are satisfied with what you see in the box, scroll to the very bottom of the screen and click on the “Save Changes” button
- Now, whenever you create a new email, your signature will be entered automatically.
If you are responding to an email, it will be entered at the end of your response but, you normally will not see it in the editing window.