Note: After the latest security updates made by Google, the Gmail web signature is no longer supported on iOS devices. More information and updates can be found on the Gmail Community page.
As a solution, you can use an HTML signature in the Gmail web version. Open your Gmail in the Chrome browser; it's mail.google.com. The signature won't be visible while composing a message, but whenever you send an email from Gmail in Chrome, it grabs your signature from the desktop Gmail account. Here is our detailed guide on how to install a signature on a desktop Gmail account.
Or, you can follow the steps provided below to learn more on how to create and use a plain text signature in your emails composed with the Gmail app on iPhone/iPad:
Step 1. Create a plain text signature
To create a plain text signature, we recommend adding a new department (for example, named "Plain text signatures for the Gmail app") and choosing the Blank template from our Templates Gallery as the Master template:
Please keep in mind that Plain text signatures are limited to text-only content and do not support images or hyperlinks. We recommend you include only User Info and Contact Info in this signature version. For example, this is how our plain text signature looks:
Step 2. Share signatures for further installation
After you've created and saved your signatures, follow these steps to share them with your colleagues:
2.1. Click on the Deploy button;
2.2. Choose the Send by Email option;
2.3. Select the email addresses of the recipients;
2.4. Hit the Send button to share the signatures for further installation.
The recipients you selected will receive an email containing the signature in their inbox.
Step 3. Install a signature
3.1. To start the signature installation process, please open the email received using the Gmail app on iPhone/iPad. Once opened, tap the Get your signature button to view it on a browser installed on your device, preferably Chrome.
3.2. Double-tap on the iPhone/iPad icon in the list of email clients to close the instructions and use the Copy signature button to get your signature ready for use.
3.3. Open the Gmail app on your iPhone/iPad.
3.4. Select your mail account.
3.5. Then go to the Main Menu.
3.6. Open Settings.
3.6. Scroll down to the Signature Settings.
3.7. Turn on a default mobile signature, remove the default text from the signature box, paste your signature into the settings, and click Done.
Note: Make sure you don't have any transparent images in your signature (if you see any, click on three dots and remove them), then click Done to save all changes.
Nice work! Now, each email you send from your Gmail app on your iPhone/iPad will include your plain text signature.
If you need further information, please get in touch with our Support team via live chat or email at email@example.com.