Have you ever wanted to have a custom photo for your Gmail email signature? This is actually quite simple to do and it doesn’t even take HTML coding!
Create a Custom Photo Email Signature in Gmail
First, start by making the image you would like as your signature (not including all the social media buttons). I made mine in PicMonkey using the Facebook Cover design. I love PicMonkey because I can use ANY font I want and can add things like images to the canvas.
Second, save all the images you want to use (signature + individual social media buttons) to a location like Google photos. You will need the url of each image that you would like to use.
Once you have all the URLs, go into your Gmail settings and scroll down to the signature section. Click the “add an image” button and put the first URL into the box. Repeat with the additional images. Clicking on the image in the signature window will allow you to resize it.
In order to make the signature hyperlinked, highlight the image then click the “link” button. This will let you select the URL for where you want to direct the clicks. Repeat this step for each of the social media buttons.
Once this is complete all of the images in your signature will be hyperlinked to your desired location. From any email you send, the recipient can be directed to your blog and follow along on social media.