Gmail is an application that millions of people in Europe use every day, both for work and for your personal use. Especially when sending emails on a business account, having a signature is something that makes you look better. Any user can add a signature to their emails in their account, also in the Android application.
Having a signature on your emails in Gmail isn’t just something for a business account, it also gives your emails a personal touch. Therefore, if you want to add signature for emails send from the application to your Android mobile
What to do if Gmail has stopped syncing on Android
If Gmail on Android has stopped syncing and you are not receiving your emails on your phone, there are a number of things you can try in the app.
Create a signature for your Gmail emails on Android
Gmail on Android allows us to create a signature for emails sent from the phone. In other words, it is a signature that will only be displayed when we write or reply to an email from our smartphone. If you have a signature configured on your computer, that signature will not be displayed. Therefore, you may find it beneficial to use the same signature on both or to create an exclusive one for your phone. The steps to create one are:
- Open Gmail on Android.
- Display the application side menu by clicking on the top three horizontal bands.
- Go to Settings.
- Click on your email account.
- Go to the Signature section.
- Click on it.
- Create the signature that you will use on Android.
- Click on Accept.
In this function to create a signature in Gmail we don’t have as many configuration options as on the computer. Since in this way we can only create the text of this signature, there are no options to edit said text, like changing the font, size, position of the text or the color of the letter. You can therefore only put a text in this signature for the application on Android. Anytime you want, you can edit this signature, if you want to use a different one from Android.
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