HTML signature imported from file
A button that would let you choose an html file with user's signature in it
Glenn Koçak commented
Would be a very welcome addition to get a uniform experience between desktop and mobile for sending emails
Hemant Singhan commented
HTML Signatures with ability to add embedded links and logos. Ideally, an option to copy or have access to use desktop Signatures onto mobile platform would be amazing. You can create multiple signature options on desktop client...is there a way to access that list from mobile app and just use on of those selected?
Trevor Burns commented
As more and more of our staff are using their phones for their primary communication tool we're finding it a barrier that they are unable to at least share signatures between their Outlook Desktop App and their mobile devices. If there was an ability to take the signature on the Desktop app and replicate it on mobile that would allow us to be more professional.
Abraham Guevara commented
I need to have my HTML signature on the app. Text based signatures are unprofessional
Ariel Rikower commented
I want to be able to give format to my saved signature. For instance, put my name in bold, the job title in a smaller font size, contact details in italics, add a business logo, etc.
Glenn Koçak commented
Very desired feature, to have a uniform experience between desktop and mobile client!
There might be some workarounds but they are not feasible by the average user.
ops.mun Vishal Shipping commented
add signature logo html to display image
Régis Ramillien commented
This idea as more than 10,000 visits and is closed without any action:
If you cannot implement the whole HTML support, please implement basic support for signatures. Something that allows business users to add at least the company logo.
Can you please support html signature insertion on outlook for sending professional business emails.
just do it don't be weird.
Niklas Svantesson commented
Android app; ADD Signature logo/picture
Avril Stassen commented
Jason Thomas commented
app is limited and cannot use html signature like I can on my pc version of outlook, please can this be added
Pabindra Raj Malla commented
mobile signature to reflect desktop signature. No matter which device the mail sent from, large or small device, the signature should be the same
Federico Alberto Navarrete Mixco commented
This was an important idea with thousands of votes:
Now in 2020+, Outlook supports HTML texts in the messages and it's time to extend it to the signatures too.
Nico de Waard commented
inherit all signatures from the PC Outlook version including the text layout
Roseff, Matthew commented
My signature includes links and bold text - plain text shouldn't be the only option!
Dianna GRISSOM commented
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S, Sriram (Cognizant) commented
Signature HTML format should be enabled and not plain text. we need signatures to be available with Color coding and company logo. please bring this important change
Nick Giacobe commented
I'd like to re-iterate the desire to have URLs in the signature. I see that a couple of people have requested it, but each time that they do so, you reply and syay that you're not going to do it... then you close the suggestion, which prevents it from being voted up.
I mean, I get it. It's a feature that is not high on the priority list. However, it is important to some of us. It's not a vanity thing. For example, in my emails, I have the ridiculously long URL for my Microsoft Bookings site that I'd like to shrink to a short phrase and hyperlink that.
I don't see what the issue might be. Outlook via O365 does it. Outlook via the desktop client does it.
I guess I suppose it's hard because on your end, you'd have to use some kind of HTML renderer -- and these kinds of interpreters are always subject to misuse, so you want to get it right.
But you're Microsoft. I'm sure you'll do an awesome job, and at a minimum, you'll fix issues during the next Patch Tuesday.
Just don't discount our feedback and desires simply by closing the feature request each time it comes up. If you do that, you'll never get a good count of the number of people who might want it -- and you won't ever change your understanding of user needs -- which is what this "UserVoice" thing is all about, right?