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How To Customise Gmail Signature On Android


The web version of Gmail has a feature which lets you attach signature to your mails. Fortunately for android users this feature is also supported on the mobile app. In this short post I will guide you on how to Customise Gmail Signature On Android


How To Add Gmail Signature On Android

Firstly  , Open Gmail app on your android. If you don’t have gmail app , visit Google Play store and download it.

While on the app tap the menu icon on the top left corner of your keypad and click on “Settings”

Next , Choose The account you want to set signature.


Scroll down and click on signature .

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A text area will show. Type whatever signature you want to use and click Okay.


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  1. Comment: i can’t access my playstore and i dont have any idea what is wrong. can’t down load or install apps. some one pls help me. i use an S4. anything useful pls txt me via 08183817059.

    1. Hi, unistall the updates to playstore and install again, clear caches and restart your phone. try logging out your gmail account and logging in again. Hope this helps

  2. Incase you don’t understand this post, the post is saying that you can Set a display name for your Gmail. Especially while sending mails.

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