Enable or Disable a Mobile Signature for Gmail on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Kellin Quinn, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to explain how to enable or disable a mobile signature for Gmail on the iPhone 6.
To begin, the phone needs to be unlocked.
This can be done by pressing the lock or home button.
Enter your passcode or use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the Gmail icon, which is this one here with the envelope.
Tap on it once. We'll see when it's opened up that it already has access to an email address so it's taken us to our primary email list. Refer to another video where it is explained how to connect an email with the Gmail application.
Tap on the three horizontal lines in the upper left-hand corner of the screen.
Tap on the gear icon at the top of the Gmail settings menu that has appeared from the left of the screen.
Go down to "Mobile Signature" and tap on the toggle switch next to it to either enable or disable the setting.
In this case, we will be enabling it.
It will bring up a text box to which then can be edited. When enabled, the entered message will be added to the bottom of all emails being sent. Toggle the setting off to stop this from happening.
To edit this text, tap on the text area.
Enter a mobile signature.
Once happy with the signature, press "Save." Now, any emails sent will say the personalized signature instead of "Sent from Gmail Mobile".
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