Move Signature Settings out of Compose Mail
It would really be nice to find the option to edit signatures within the Options menu (under the File ribbon). Today, we have to compose a new message to access the Signatures options, which can be really confusing to end users.
Andreas Italiaander commented
Hello Microsoft Team,
would it be good to find further information when asking outlook mail in the "bulb field"?
When searching for the signature dialog box I asked in the "bulb field": "Was möchten Sie tun?" the question "signature" and found the Funktion immediately.
But with this information I did not knew where this Funktion is to find normally.
(It is not in the main outlook surface but it is in the edit new mail surface.)
The idea is to have the same functionality and to have the place where the function is to find normally when not asking the "bulb field" twice.
If you have further question, feel feel free to contact me.
Where's the feature where you can edit the signature in Word?
If I upload a picture-- the pic can't be resized, and the layout options can't be changed. We used to have this OK in the previous versions
As Robert mentioned, Signatures can be accessed through settings, and you can customize the Office Ribbon and add a direct access to it so it is more handy and faster to reach.
Johanna NGUYEN VAN Y commented
I was wondering if maybe you may add an new tab named "Subject" for Signatures and Stationery.
Think about it !
Thank you in advance for any changes.
currently when new a mail, there would have two extra line breaks ahead of the signature and one after the signature. Which makes the signature not same as in setting.
If user want there own line break, they might can set those in the signature setting, this will be more fit want user need.
Robert Sparnaaij [Outlook-MVP] commented
Signature options have always been available via the Options dialog already and they still are;
File-> Options-> Mail-> Signatures...
There has never been a need to compose a new message first but it is being offered as an alternative method.