How to Add an Email Signature in Mail App on iPhone (iOS)

Step 1:

Email the signature to yourself and open the shared signature link on your phone.

If you’ve received a shared signature link, simply open it.

Step 2:

Copy the signature to your clipboard.

Step 3:

Go to Settings, select “Mail”, scroll down to “Signature”, press and hold over the email signature area, paste the new signature.

Important: Shake the phone until the popup window below shows up:

iOS email signature installation step 2

Step 4:

Choose “Undo”, and your signature is now installed!

Notes:

  • If the images in your email signature aren’t appearing and you’re only getting a gray outline, go to Settings > Mail > Load Remote Images – should be switched on.
  • On iPhones, by default the “Shake to Undo” feature is turned on. If you cannot get the “Shake to Undo” message to appear after shaking your phone, you may need to check if it’s turned on in your iPhone’s settings. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility. Tap on “Shake to Undo” and turn it on. After that, try to install your signature again and it should work correctly.

6 Replies to “How to Add an Email Signature in Mail App on iPhone (iOS)”

    1. Hi Emma,

      On iPhones, by default the “Shake to Undo” feature is turned on. You may need to check if it’s turned on in your iPhone’s settings.

      Go to Settings > General > Accessibility

      Tap on “Shake to Undo” and turn it on.

      After that, try to install your signature again and it should work correctly.

    1. That is strange! It looks like Gmail is cutting off half of the signature. Did you follow the steps to install the signature on your iPhone correctly? Also, once you’ve pasted your signature, it’s important to “Undo Change Attributes”. If you don’t do this, the signature wont work correctly.

  1. Hello.

    The resolution of the signature is bad when i have sent it from my iphone X..
    Everything is fine if i sent it from my mac.

    1. Hi Kurt-Johan,

      If the resolution of the images is bad, I would use larger images and then scale them down in Gimmio. When you use larger images and scale them down, the images will look a lot more crisp and clear on mobile devices which have retina displays.

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