Improve HTML Support
Support HTML features in signature such as images and company logos as well as hyperlinks and formatting.
Hey folks! We have had to make the decision that this isn’t something that we’re going to have on mobile. We have a team spending their time on making sure our HTML rendering and message composition experiences are rich (formatting support is coming in the future). We are still taking your votes and notes into consideration and we highly appreciate them: Sometimes we have to make decisions to improve the overall experience for the widest amount of people. Thanks for your understanding and keep letting us know your thoughts.
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Ronny Taipale commented
the outlook Android app.
Chris Hazlett commented
just seems like it would be a top priority I don't understand why we cannot that a company logo to our mobile signature win everybody is seeing their mobile phone these days
I love this app except that it doesn't do that. so, I end up not using it.
An image is a strong statement of a company or organizations. When sending an email, the signature should be able to have an image that would reflect immediately who is sending the message.
Martin Carlos Bassi commented
Allow HTML signature in Android App
Allow for links in the auto signature
Benjamin Messer commented
Please add this, this is the biggest feature currently missing in Outlook's mobile app.
add company logo in signature
To enable me to comply with corporate signature rules regarding branding and styles when using the Android Mobile Outlook app for email, HTML support is needed for logos and font settings. If it doesn't do this, I can't use the Microsoft Outlook app and will have to seek alternatives.
Hamore Hats Limited commented
no option to add a logo to signature
Add image or company logo to signature
Several companies force their employees to access their work emails only through the Outlook app (rather than a third-party app), yet our email signatures from mobile are limited to text only. I invest in a strong phone so that I work on-the-go, but I hate sending emails because the mobile signature looks awful and doesn't match our company-branded signatures (which can look suspicious to external recipients such as customers).
iPhone version supports but not android
Phil Hayashi commented
I'm located in Asia and alot of my suppliers it WeChat for communication so I've added my QR code to my signature in the PC version but as the mobile version doesn't allow this, my email replies from my phone don't match emails I send out from my PC.
Matteo Guindani commented
It's 2019 and still no HTML signatures??? Really?
Yonick Douglas commented
Please assist by supporting HTML signatures. This was flawless using the "Nine" email app
WALTER BRADFORD commented
perhaps this is why I just continue to use Samsung email that works with no issues and has capability. if they can do it you can don't. this just seems embarrassing. it would be nice to be able to use outlook, outlook win 10 and outlook mobile.
It is very important to have this feature! I am disappointed it's not available!
Davide Felice Migliavacca commented
This feature has been in demand since 2016
Dominik Mak commented
it's a key in presenting my brand in a shape of html signature. possible on web and per thick client (installed program). but not in this app. shame. blame. :(