The best way to create an email signature is by using HTML. If you don't know how to use it, do not worry. There are many websites (like Code Beautify) that will let you create a signature, and then it will give you the HTML code to just copy and paste.

Here's how to copy your code from Microsoft Outlook:

In Microsoft Outlook, double-click to open an email. You’ll see an “Actions” menu under the “Message” tab. Click on that menu and select the “Other Actions,” then click on “View Source” to see the HTML code.

This will vary based upon which version of Outlook you are using. For additional support, please contact Microsoft Outlook.

Here's how to copy your code from Gmail:

In Gmail, right-click on the email and choose “View Page Source.” However, this will show you the entire web page’s HTML code, including the message information.

⚠️Warning: Not all HTML is going to work properly with our platform's back-end code.

Once you have your HTML code, it is really important to make sure you add your HTML via Source Code in our Email Signature text editor to avoid any formatting errors:

Please Note: Once you change the signature, it only applies to new campaigns.

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