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Everybody is using social media, and your email signature should work as well. The Bybrand editor allows you to add unlimited icons to any part of the email signature, but remember that it’s best not to exag
There are numerous frequently used icons in your gallery, some examples are Facebook, Twitter, and phone and address icons.
However, those are not the only icons available. You can freely add your own icons! At the end of this article, there are some good (and free) icon websites.
Adding icons into your email signature
After selecting one icon already added into your signature, click in image function, and a modal window will open with a tab that redirects you to the frequently used icons, with variable colors.
Here is a great video showing the process of changing icons, opening the gallery and accessing the option.
Free icons stock
If the icons from the gallery did not satisfy you, here are some websites that offer some free icons! The advantage of uploading your own icons in your email signatures is that you can change the color or shape, such as circular to a rectangular icon.
Following their own name, Iconfinder provides high
The Flaticon is the biggest free icon search engine in the world. It offers its users quality art: editable vectors carefully selected by the design team, with the purpose of providing great content that can be used in personal and commercial projects!
Freepik is the main icon search engine for free vector drawings. Join the biggest graphic designer community in the world!
Please don’t forget to read the license of each image.