Gmail Now Supports Rich Text Signatures
Gmail users have always wanted to have rich text signatures, after all they look cool, aren’t they? Google has finally heard the users and as of today Gmail users can use a rich text signature. This means that users will no longer be forced to use boring plain text to end their emails. Gmail users can now add links and images to the signature, as well as change the text’s format, font and color and make them more lively!
To change your boring plain text signature into rich text signature, simply login and click on “Settings” and scroll down to the “Signature” section. You’ll see a new signature editor that has the same functions when you compose an e-mail.
What’s even better than being able to use rich text signatures is that you can now use a different signature for each custom “From:” address you use. So, if you have more than one e-mail address associated with your Gmail account, you’ll be now able to choose a different signature for each one using the drop-down menu (Note: You will not see the menu, if you have only one e-mail address associated with your Gmail account).
Remember, if you want to use these cool new features, then you will have to use the rich version of Gmail. Lite version of Gmail, that is, the HTML and mobile versions of Gmail do not have any support for these two features. A plan text version of your primary account’s signature will continue to be used on these other versions of Gmail.
via Gmail Blog