Remove default "Get Outlook for Android." signature on mobile app.
Thank you for using Outlook Mobile and sharing your ideas with us. We really appreciate your support.
It is currently already possible to change the default signature on the app. To do this, simply tap in “Settings” and Under “Mail”, tap “Signature”
Enter your signature or switch the toggle to enable “Per Account Signature” and then enter signatures for each of your accounts.
Having trouble finding the feature? Let us know through the Help section of the app in the Settings. We’re here to help.
Thank you again for your support, we look forward to hearing more of your ideas very soon.
All the best
The Outlook Mobile Team
PS: Please use the Help Section of the app for any questions, we are not able to see replies to this address.
Jordan Parry commented
It looks very unprofessional and I don't advertise for things. Even things I like.
Frank Desiderio commented
Auto-signature advertisements looks like desparate marketing on any product (i.e. "sent from my iPhone"). Outlook doesn't need to cheapen its brand by following the herd. First, just let our e-mail domain speak for itself. People won't download an Outlook app unless they have Outlook anyway, and you're kidding yourself if you think someone will switch to an Outlook address because a correspondent's signature told them to download the app. I suspect every Outlook user who wants to send e-mail from the phone will just know to look for our app. And if you're concerned smart phone users will instead use the generic phone e-mail app or a browser, there are still better ways to let them know there's an Outlook app than spamming us with the auto-signature feature and crossing your fingers a fellow Outlook user with an Android will somehow see it and download the app (for example, a little pop-up in the browser e-mail when it detects a mobile phone user, though this too may annoy some people). In short, improve your branding by not sneaking marketing into our e-mail signatures. Absence of marketing can itself be a form of marketing, which here would only improve the esteem with which people perceive Outlook.
typical MS lack of product test.
Wenström Kevin commented
Get Outlook for Android shows up even when drafting mails from the app.
Jan Wiland commented
space on phone screen is valuable, please don't waste it with features people don't want!
Konick, William [USA] commented
you can fix this yourself by modifying the default signature.
I am an IT Guy and I had to change over to this app a to test MFA. Since I have people have been complaining that the default link/signature has been taking them to virus websites. I have removed it, but it is a ****** link anyway. Maybe Samsung puts it there, but regardless, I like the Samsung Email App better too. I wish it worked with MFA
Anthony Hessenaur commented
it's so incredibly tacky (not to mention disrespectful to the user; tricking them into advertising for you)