A signature is fine and dandy in Gmail it's not so picturesque, though, but you can enrich your Gmail email signature with an image. If you long for a graphic, perhaps, or a logo to appear at the bottom of your every email, Gmail can do that, too.

Add an Image to Your Gmail Signature

To add a logo, graphical signature or other images to your email signature in Gmail:

  1. Make sure the picture you want to add to your signature is available on a public web server.
  • You can upload the image to your web host or blog, or use a graphic you found on the web (if you can use it without violating any terms).
  • If you do not have a website, you can use a free image hosting service instead.
  • If the image is larger than some 640x60 pixels, consider shrinking it to more signature-friendly proportions before you upload it.
      2. Click the Settings gear in your Gmail inbox's toolbar.
     3. Now select Settings from the menu that appears.
     4. Go to the General tab.
     5. Make sure the signature entry area (or the desired account) is selected under Signature:.
     6. Compose the signature's text and formatting as you wish: 
  • If you can enter only plain text, start a new message in Gmail using rich formatting before returning to your signature settings.
  • 7. Position the text cursor where you want the image to appear in your signature.
  • 8. Click Insert Image in the signature's formatting toolbar.
    • If you cannot see the Insert Image button in the toolbar, make sure Inserting Images is enabled.
  1. 9. Enter the desired image's URI (on the web page, blog or image hosting service) under Image URL.
  2. 10. Click OK.


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