As many of you know, Microsoft has devoted itself fully to improving its office automation and management platform through the cloud, which a few years ago seemed little more than an almost impossible odyssey, it has become a great cast of applications totally functional from the web. One of the applications that has been recently reformed is Outlook, becoming a complete web email manager with professional-level functionalities. It will certainly not be a replacement for the Office version of Outlook, but it does the job. One of the things that the general public give up in emails is HTML signatures, We show you how to easily configure them for Outlook.
First of all, we suppose that we have a Microsoft account associated with an "@hotmail" or "@live", however, it is good to remember that Outlook in its online version now also allows POP and IMAP mail. Once in our email we will go to the upper right to press on the gear which will open a drop down menuSo we select the configuration.
Once selected, the configuration page will open, with endless options that will make it a bit difficult for us to find the signature section. We select the "Mail" options and we go almost to the end, to the signature section, as it is in the indicative photograph. Simply on the right we will find our signature box, we can either create our own signature in plain text, or use an HTML signature that we have prepared. If you do not know what HTML signatures are, they are those signatures that include photographs and other elements, we will find many services for creating corporate signatures and HTML quickly thanks to a Google search.
It certainly doesn't have too much mystery, but Microsoft has hidden a bit in the Outlook options panel, so, you already know what the signature option is, and if you weren't using it, remember that it is quite good to include a good signature in your email, especially if you use it a lot.