Have you ever noticed whenever you send a mail through your Live account from your Windows Phone, it automatically adds a signature text (Sent from my Windows Phone) that appears at the end of the mail body. If you don’t use this mail account much then it is fine but is this is your primary account then you should change this to your personal quote or details to appear on each mail you sent.
However adding own email Signature on Windows Phone is very easy no matter what version of Windows Phone you are using. In fact there are two ways to accomplish this, either by going through the mail app or via Settings menu.
Microsoft should accept that using Windows Phone is quite confusing one compared to Android or iPhone, people still use to search for tutorial for small customization. But for performance point of view there is no comparison at all either with Android or iOS. I guess, we are deviating through the topic for which we are here, lets come to the tract,
How to Put Your Own Email Signature on a Windows Phone
- Open your e-mail on the phone
- Select the ellipsis (…) at the bottom of the screen
- Select “settings“
- Set “Signature” to On
- Enter your signature text in the white box, if you are doing it for the first time then you will see this “Sent from my Windows Phone” as default signature text. First delete the default one and then write yours.
- Hit the check mark to save the new settings
You can even more Email accounts to your Windows Phone, if you also want to use other account other than Microsoft then go to the main settings for the phone, under “email + accounts“, then select add and account and proceed with the steps.