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How to create an Outlook.com email signature

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Outlook is a free email and calendar service that helps you to manage everything important.

A few years ago, Microsoft renewed Outlook’s visualization to compete with it’s Google competitor. They added a few plugin resources, and an automatic connection to a few Microsoft applications such as OneDrive, Skype, Office Online, OneNote and many more.

Once known as Hotmail, Microsoft’s Outlook is now based in the Office 365 technology. The interface is the same for all email addresses other than “outlook.com” as well as “hotmail.com”, “live.com”, and “msn.com ”. So the setup process is the same.

Adding an email signature to Outlook.com

In this quick tutorial, we’ll learn how to paste an email signature created with Bybrand’s email signature editor into Outlook.com.

You can also go directly to the end of this article to watch a video tutorial.

First, login into your Outlook.com email account. Go to Quick Settings and click View all Outlook settings, as you can see in the example below.

Outlook.com settings

Now, click on the Email Menu and find the Compose and Reply section. In this area, you will find the “Email signature” option, this is where you’ll paste the email signature content.

The second step is to paste the email signature created in Bybrand (Ctrl+V) into the text field shown in the step above. You can take a look into the example:

Outlook.com email signature area

After that, click Save. Now, create a new message and see the email signature you just added! You can make changes in your signature with Bybrand’s constructor and remake all the steps above to update it.

Complete video tutorial

As promised, here’s a video tutorial showing all the steps above.

Done. If you have any questions or difficulties, please get in touch with our support team.

Updated on 13 de May de 2020

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