Creating an email signature in Outlook enhances the level professionalism in your messaging by automatically including your name and credentials at the bottom of every email you send.
- Creating signatures on the web app is simple, but there are some limitations.
- To get the most out of Outlook email signatures, read our guide on creating signatures on the desktop app.
- Learn how to install your free Microsoft Office 365 apps. As a student, faculty, or staff member, you get access to Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and more.
Sign into Outlook at office.com.
In your Outlook email, locate and select the settings icon.
Under your options, locate Layout > Email signature.
Choose to automatically include your signature on messages you compose and messages you forward or reply to.
Adjust your signature as you would like.
Press Save when finished.
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