Having a hyperlink in your Apple Mail email signature can be a useful way to provide contact information or direct recipients to your business website. This can help establish credibility and make it easier for others to learn more about you or your business.
The easiest way to add a hyperlink to your Apple Mail email signature is to use an email signature maker, which streamlines the entire process and takes only 2 minutes.
Including a link to your social profiles makes it easier for your recipients to connect with you without having to search for your profile on their own. Overall, including hyperlinks in your Apple Mail email signature can be a simple and effective way to improve communication and make a good impression on others.
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How to Add a Hyperlink in Apple Mail (macOS)
To add a hyperlink to an email signature in Apple Mail (macOS), follow these steps:
Open Apple Mail and click on “Mail” in the menu bar at the top of the screen, and in the drop-down menu, select “Preferences”.
In the Preferences window, click on the “Signatures” tab at the top.
Select the email signature you want to add the hyperlink to from the middle column.
Highlight the text you want to hyperlink, then click on the “Edit” menu in the menu bar at the top of the screen, and select “Add Link”.
In the “Add Link” window, enter the URL for the website you want to link to in the “URL” field, and click on the “OK” button to add the hyperlink to your signature.
Now you can close the Signatures window and you’re finished.
How to Add a Hyperlink in Apple Mail (iOS – iPhone/iPad)
It’s currently not possible to add hyperlinks directly in Apple Mail (iOS – iPhone/iPad). This is because iOS natively doesn’t have the ability to add a hyperlink to selected text. However, you can still paste text which has been hyperlinked, into iOS.
In this case, we highly recommend using an email signature generator to add a hyperlink to your email signature, as the workaround can be tedious.
To perform the workaround, you need to use a word processor (such as Google Docs or similar) to add the hyperlink to your text. Then, you copy and send the email signature in an email to yourself (using an email account you have access to on the iOS device). Then you copy the hyperlinked text from the email you sent to yourself and paste it into your email signature settings by following our installation guide.