How to Add an Image to Email Signature in Mail for Mac
Custom email signatures are commonplace, whether they include simple contact details or a complete HTML signature on Mac Mail. A frequent further customization to email signatures is to include an image or logo, which is what we will show you how to create in the Mac Mail app for Mac OS X.
This method works to add any image to a signature, thereby making a custom image or logo signature in nearly every version of Mail for nearly every version of Mac OS, and it’s quite simple. All you need is a logo or picture to use, and a few moments of your time.
How to Create an Image Signature in Mail for Mac
You’ll want to be sure you have an image file or logo handy to use, put the image file somewhere easy to locate or find so that you can access it easily from the Mac Mail app. You can use this exact same trick to add an image or logo to an existing Mail signature as well.
- Open the Mail app in Mac OS if you have not done so already, then pull down the “Mail” menu and go to “Preferences”
- Choose the “Signatures” tab, then click the [+] plus button to add a new signature, or select an existing signature to modify it
- Create a signature as usual by typing or placing HTML
- To add an image or logo to the signature, select the image to use from the Finder and then drag and drop it into the Signature section of the Mail app
That’s it, the logo signature or image signature has been made and is ready to use.
Using the image signature in Mac Mail app is the same as any other custom signature in the mail client. When composing a new email message just pull down the “Signature” menu and choose the logo signature you created earlier, it will be automatically inserted into the current email.
Image signatures can also be interactive with a link or as part of an HTML signature on Mac Mail, you can learn how to make HTML signatures here if need be. This is obviously for the Mac, but mobile users can also use a similar trick to set an HTML signature in Mail for iPhone and iPad which uses images or logos as well.