Christmas email signatures are one of the most popular seasonal signatures. Nothing strange here, the holiday mood starts well before actual Christmas date. And because your email signature is the beating heart of your professional correspondence, holidays are the perfect moment to refresh your email signature design.
There is not much time left before the big date, so if you too want to send great Christmas-themed emails, you have to finish your signature project real quick. Let me show you how to design your perfect Christmas email signature, quickly and easily.
In the modern world, being a software developer is prestigious. You know it. So whether you maintain work connections, or just contact someone on a more casual basis, remember – there is no shame in showing off. I will show you just how to create a perfect email signature for a software developer.
Why focus on email signatures? Emails are the base for professional communication. Email signatures are necessary. They provide contact info and check how professional you are. Yes, people will judge your professionalism and skill, basing on your email signature. You may say it has nothing to do with your abilities, but in fact, it is an exam of your attention to detail. What is more, people have learned to expect a professional email signature as it shows you care and respect your recipients.
Has the release of your email signature turned into a damp squib after you realized that all the new items pile up at the bottom of your conversation thread? Well, I have the bad news and the good news for you. The bad news is that this is the Office 365 email signature default setup. The rule is capable of inserting signatures at the very top or the very bottom of the whole thread only. The good news is that there are ways to work around it and one of them can benefit you with a lot more than just an easy solution to this problem. Let’s get right into this. Continue reading →
If you are reading this, I guess you are already well aware of how important it is to have a corporate signature inserted into your business emails. That’s great, but does the rest of your co-workers realize that, too? You can use your online correspondence as a platform to promote and spread your company’s values. However, it will not be effective if all employees create email signatures on their own. How to solve that, then? All you need is an official, standardized template for the signatures coming from all your company’s mailboxes. In this article, I will guide you through an easy email signatures standardization process.
Your image is your selling point, so it is crucial to include it in every outgoing email. Create an original, yet consistent portrait that you’d like to present yourself with. How?
Delegate the job and put one person in charge of all the signatures.
Get rid of illegible or childish fonts, philosophical quotes, and family pictures from all employees’ messages.
Make sure the signatures are not too long but include all required information.
Spend some time analyzing the relevance of every single item inserted in them.
Displaying images as attachments is a common problem. The solution is not so obvious, because there can be many reasons for that. The problem may occur if the message gets converted to the plain text format or if there are issues with the HTML code of an email signature. Finally, it can be caused by a specific Outlook configuration. In this article, I will show you how to make sure images are not displayed as attachments in each of those situations.
Make sure the email format is set to HTML
The most common reason for images displaying as attachments is that some messages are sent in the plain text format instead of the HTML format. As the plain text format does not support embedding or viewing images, all images are automatically attached to the message. Continue reading →
Have you ever tried to create a perfect email signature for your entire company? If so, you probably know that designing a good signature is sometimes far more complex than building a complete website. And this is because different email clients have their very own way of interpreting the HTML code you wrote, which makes the signature design be a far cry from what you expected. However, there are several rules that you can follow to achieve better results. Let’s get started.
To design your signature, you would need an HTML editor. The standard Windows Notepad is enough, but an editor with syntax highlighting and automatic completion (like Notepad++ or Sublime Editor) will be a much better option.
Banners in email signatures play an important marketing role. They not only help you share any piece of information but also increase your signature attractiveness. Having this in mind, let’s take a look at the best email signature banners for 2017.
Use banners to show your awards and certificates off
Banners are a great medium to let people know about awards or certificates that you or your company has gained.
This banner is kept in a grey-scale color palette, which makes the entire signature look elegant and professional.
In this article, I have gathered the best email signature templates for you to use in 2017. There are different layouts, compositions, fonts and graphics that may inspire you to create your own professional and modern email signature.
Simple and elegant email signatures
Here you will find examples of simple and neat email signature templates you can use for both business and personal emails.
Email signature template with details composed horizontally. This layout is very transparent if you stick to the rule “the less, the better”.
Suitable for: C-level staff, Sales Department, IT professionals.
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As every other professional, teachers should use email signatures in their email correspondence. In modern schools, teachers not only teach, but also need to take care of more administrative tasks. These tasks include e.g. contacting with parents, organizing school trips or discussing new student books with sales representatives. And, in most cases, teachers have these contacts via email.
In this article, you will find out why you, as a teacher, should include email signatures in your emails and what details your email signature should contain.