Stop adding "Get Outlook for IOS" to all my outgoing emails!
User shouldn’t be required to delete the irrelevant advertisements like “Get outlook for ios” by going to the settings that are not easy to find. Don’t set it as default please. Indeed very annoying.
You delete this IN OUTLOOK on your ios device. Open your outlook mail, swipe left/right, go to settings, and delete the signature. Voila!
D Sear commented
Yikes you guys...this is so easy. All you do is open Outlook email, swipe from left to right, click on the gear (settings) icon, scroll down to signature and edit. You must do this on each device. That's it. Good luck.
There is no option to remove in the settings in IOS.
Those "helpful" suggestions to change the signature may be well intentioned but wrong.
Before giving advice, please get yourself an Ipad and try out the settings before giving rubbish advice.
I'm having the same problem and now also it keeps telling me to ENABLE MMS?
The gear legend does not appear on ipad
I agree. Why not keep signature empty by default.
Such an immapropriate feature, and I can't figure out how to alter it in settings. Too f-ing busy to be dealing with such an annoying feature. Hate having to delete it from the bottom of every email! Is there a simple fix that doesn't require reading through counltess condescinding and confusing suggestions from much more computer literate people? Thank you to anyone who can help me!
Outlook/Microsoft, c'mon, why do you have this on there?!!
Joshua Posey commented
May I suggest you change the default to: Sent from Outlook on my iPhone' or 'Sent from Outlook on my Android' or 'Sent from Outlook on my mobile device', or some such? It is the CRASS and RUDE use of the imperative that I find irritating to the extreme.
Inform, don't command. Do what I tell you to do!
Isn't that irritating?
This is a "feature" from **** that just does no credit to your brand at all. Get with the times!
Lorraine Levy commented
How to remove this option from the two places in Outlook 2016, Outlook 2019 and Outlook for Office 365
You can remove this option by adding and configuring the DisableOutlookMobileHyperlink registry entry, as follows.
Follow the steps in this section carefully. Serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Before you modify it, back up the registry for restoration in case problems occur.
Exit Outlook 2016, Outlook 2019 or Outlook for Office 365.
Start Registry Editor. (Press Windows Key + R, type regedit.exe in the Open box, and then click OK.)
In Registry Editor, locate and click one of the following subkeys:
On the Edit menu, select New, and then click DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Select and hold (or right-click) DisableOutlookMobileHyperlink, and then click Modify.
In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK.
Exit Registry Editor.
Please delete this automatic feature. It’s easy to miss and comes across as very unprofessional in emails. I am not your advertiser.
To remove the
“Get Outlook for iOS”
Open the Outlook app
Tap your picture in the upper left corner
(It will display all of your folders)
Look bottom left
See the gear ⚙️
Scroll to Signatures
I changed the signature to my name. It still adds Get outlook for IOS as well
Believe you can now control this.
Change your signature...
You can NOT change the signature displayed by the Outlook Mail app using the iOS "Settings" app (i.e., Settings-->Mail). That is for Apple's native mail app. You need to change the signature from within your iOS Outlook Mail app. Open the Outlook mail app. Click on the 3-line icon at the top left. Click on the gear icon on the bottom left. Click on "Signature." Set up your signatures "Per Account" or globally. That should fix the problem.
Also, quit making me significantly in all the time!
Rastislav -- it is not intuitive that the fix must be made in the Outlook app and not the Settings feature of the iPhone. So I don't think that people who failed to realize this are lazy or stupid, as you suggest. If you cannot be helpful,, perhaps you should calm down.
Rastislav Basista commented
Guys, this features calls Signature and this you can edit. Its editable since outlook was released. Please do not request stupid thing before you actualy try them.
Btw iPhone primary email client also add default signature, "Send from iPhone"
So callm down, you are just lazy and not very inteligent!