As a transaction coordinator, it's important to maintain a professional and consistent brand across all of your communications - including email. That's why we offer downloadable email signature templates that you can customize to fit your brand and style. Our templates are easy to use and fully editable, allowing you to add your own text, logo, and images. With our downloadable email signatures, you'll be able to make a lasting impression on your clients and colleagues with every email you send.
How To Make A clickable Email Signature:
Step 1: Go to Google Docs.
Click + to add a new document to your Google Docs. Start off by creating a 1X2 Table. This can be accessed under Insert → Table. Enlarge it by dragging it down near the bottom, and making sure there is enough room to place your downloaded mail signature plus any clickable images you want to add.
Step 2: Add your Downloadable Email Signature
When clicking on the box, you can go to Insert → Image → Place your image. You can adjust the width of the box accordingly.
Step 3: Add icons or links
Click on the cell below your email signature and add any additional icons or links. This can include social media icons, website links, etc. I would avoid using a fancy font in this section, as many people will see it in a standard email font anyways.
Step 4: Make icons and links clickable.
Highlight the text you want to make clickable and click the Link in the toolbox. Paste the URL, and click Apply.
For the icons, you can link them directly to your social media by clicking the icon, clicking the link button on the top menu, and inserting your URL link.
Step 5: Remove the borders & past signature into your email.
Find the table options/properties on the top menu. You can set the border color to white or change the border size to be removed. Copy the design and open Gmail or Outlook.
Step 6: Paste the design into your email:
Click the gear icon to access general settings.
Create a new signature & paste the design you’ve created.
Once saved, your signature will now be placed automatically on the bottom of your emails.
Select Settings > View all Outlook settings at the top of the page.
Select Mail > Compose and reply.
Under Email signature, type your signature and use the available formatting options to change its appearance.
If you want your signature to appear at the bottom of all new email messages that you compose, select the Automatically include my signature on new messages I compose check box.
If you want your signature to appear on messages that you forward or reply to, select the Automatically include my signature on messages I forward or reply to check box.
If you don’t select these options, you can manually add your signature to a selected message. For details, see Manually add your signature to a new message.
Select Save when you're done.