How to Add Image to Gmail Signature

Mailing signatures in Gmail contain features such as text alignment, hyperlink addition,  serial numbering, and many more. Furthermore, adding images to your signature is one of the features that polishes your email signature with a professional touch. 

If you have an image ready for display, you can easily add them to your signature through Gmail settings. Fortunately, this article contains easy-to-follow steps to help you add images to your Gmail signature.

How to Add an Image to Gmail Signature?

The settings page on Gmail has a signature section where you can add or edit your signatures.

It is possible to add multiple images to a signature or to add multiple signatures through that section. The methods to add images to Gmail signatures are mentioned below.

  1. Open Gmail on your browser
  2. Click on the Settings icon at the top right corner of the page.
  3. Click on See all settings from the dropdown menu.
  4. On the settings page, scroll down to the Signature section.
  5. If you have multiple signatures, click on the one to which you want to add the image. Skip if you just have one signature.
  6. Click on the image icon at the bottom right corner of the textbox.
  7. Click on the Upload tab.
  8. Drag the image from other folders on your computer or Click on Select a file from your device.
  9. Navigate to the target image and double-click to open it.
  10. Click on the image once it is uploaded to the signature, and choose the size you prefer.
  11. Scroll down and click on Save Changes.

Note: When you reach step 7, you can upload an image from a URL, your Google Drive, or an image file by clicking on the appropriate tab.

It is not possible to add images to your Gmail signature from your mobile. But you can still send emails containing images of their signature. It is possible if you set the image-use option by default on your computer.

How Do I Create a New Gmail Signature with an Image?

Adding an image to your mailing signature is only possible if you already have the signature set up.

You can create a Gmail signature using the methods mentioned below. Additionally, you can add more than one signature if you already have one.

  1. Open Gmail on your web browser.
  2. Click on the gear icon at the top right corner. A drop-down menu appears.
  3. Click on See all settings from the dropdown menu.
  4. Scroll down to the Signature section and click on Create new.
  5. Enter a name for your signature and click on Create.
  6. Fill in the textbox at the right with your name, contacts, or other messages.
  7. At the bottom right corner of the textbox, click on the image icon.
  8. Click on the Upload tab.
  9. Click on Select a file from your computer or drag the image from your computer.
  10. Locate the target image and double-click to open it.
  11. Click on the image once it is uploaded to the signature, and select the size you prefer.
  12. Scroll down and click on Save Changes after you finish.

FAQs

How to Add a Hyperlink to an Image in Gmail Signature?

The signature section allows you to add a hyperlink to the content of the signature, including text, contact number, and images you insert. The method to add a hyperlink to your image in your signature is mentioned below.

  1. Navigate to the signature section of Gmail settings.
  2. Click on the image icon and insert the image on the signature.
  3. Adjust the size of the image.
  4. Click on the space before the image and click Ctrl + Shift + Right arrow.
  5. Click on the hyperlink icon left to the insert image icon at the bottom right corner of the textbox.
  6. Input the hyperlink on the textbox under To what URL should this link go? 
  7. Click OK.
  8. Scroll down and click on Save Changes.
Liam Johnson
Liam Johnson

Liam is a tech enthusiast with a knack for helping others use the internet and computer software. He focuses on "HOW TOs" and "FIXES" at SpllittzTech to make your experience with technology better each day.

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