How to Add Your Yahoo Mail Signature?

If you wish to learn how to set up Yahoo mail signature in your internet browser or use Yahoo app for Android or iOS, then you have come to the right place. In this article, you will learn how to disable Yahoo signature. 

How can I Set up Yahoo Mail Signature?

Yahoo mail has email signatures. which gets appended to the end of every new message you compose. If you want, you can include links in the signature, images, and formatted text. 

You can personalize new messages and give a reply to messages using social media links, a favorite quote, and contact information.

Below are the steps that you need to follow in order to set up a Yahoo mail signature. 

Step 1: Click on the gear icon given at the top-right corner of your window and then select Settings. 

Step 2: Select Accounts. 

Step 3: Go to the section of Email addresses and then click on the Yahoo Mail field. 

Step 4: Go to the text box of Signature and then you must enter the text for your signature. After that, format the text using icons in the text area. 

Step 5: Select Save. 

How can I Disable Yahoo Mail Signature? 

If you don't wish to include signatures in your emails automatically, then disable the setting.

Step 1: Go back to the signature settings. 

Step 2: Clear the option of Append a signature to emails you send. Your signature will get saved in case you wish to reactivate it at a later point.  

How to Add Email Signatures to Yahoo?

You can add signature items or contact information using your Yahoo mail app. 

Step 1: Launch your Yahoo mail app and select the hamburger icon. You can also select your picture at the upper-left corner. 

Step 2: Select Settings. 

Step 3: Scroll down and select Signatures from the General section. 

Step 4: Turn on the Customize for each account toggle in order to enable email signatures. 

Step 5: Edit your default message in the text area below your email address. 

Step 6: Click on Back or Done for saving the signature.

  • Mick Jone
  • Category: Email
  • Last Update: 5 months ago