Android Outlook client - signatures - support for all fonts and colors and images
I want to use the same signature whether I am composing on my phone or at my laptop or at my desktop etc. Right now, signatures on Android are ultra simplistic. Either let us import/use signatures created in the Windows Outlook client, or allow rich text editing and support adding images to the Android Outlook client.
Currently you can not include bold text in an email signature on mobile. This should change.
daz harrison commented
Ben Emslie commented
Most email services allow rich text in the email signatures. This allows a level of professionalism even on the go.
fonts, colors & images should be supported for email composing along with email signature
I agree. Commonality of signature line features in desktop, web, and ios/android mobile apps would be nice. I constantly move from different devices due to travel, meetings, etc. Not having a feature on one version adds stress and loss of productivity.
i wish same thing for my business activity
Our company has several field technicians who operate tablets or phones for customer rmaol communications. our office ***** include co.pany logo pictures in their email signatures and we currently arent able to do so on our mobile devices.
A professional email signature is essential for any business. Please, make this happen. The community has been asking for this feature for years!
Mohamed Zahran commented
If both my desktop and mobile have the same signature, that will be great!
why we are unable insert the company's logo in the signature?
Current signature limitation (plain text) would have been ok in 1984.
Muhammed Anshad commented
Put option to change colur and font for mobile version signature
can insert an image from device in the sign, e.g. the corporative logo. Equal to the windows version
Can insert an image from the device to insert in the sign of mail (png, jpg, ...). e.g. the corporative logo
suzete-marina santos commented
Yes! signatures ought to allow for Icon/Logo imagery, at least, no...¿
I can't believe that this still isn't in the app. There is a link in the signature by default to download the app, the least MS could do is allow users to add their own links, especially as Outlook is aimed at businesses. Ludicrous.
Dave Nixon commented
Is it really that hard? Should be base functionality.
Gregory Carnegie (HWSF) commented
To be able to use different fonts and colours for text in signatures
to be able to arrange text in tables
to be able to use different signatures for replying and sending.
have the same as the Microsoft Windows signature to look pro to a customer