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Animated gifs in email signatures

For some people, animated gifs are the essence of the Internet – before them, there was nothing of interest. Gifs have opened our eyes to the magic of ultra-cute, animated kittens, memes and epic fails, to mention a few. But apart from those highly popular and reusable gifs, there is another type of gifs – simple animations which in the business world could be deemed as professional.

How about pasting them into email signatures then? Thanks to our atavistic predator instinct, nothing grabs our attention as much as a moving objects next to a static background (that is, regular email content). Animated gifs seem like they are crafted for this purpose exactly. Be careful though, as the line between “attention-grabbing” and “extremely annoying” is finer than you might think.

Animated gifs in email signatures
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How to set up or change email signature in Outlook on the Web (Office 365 and Exchange 2016)?

UPDATE: This article was updated on July 18, 2019

Back in the day, when Exchange 2016 was released, OWA was replaced with a brand new and shiny Outlook on the Web. A few years later, Outlook on the Web is still called OWA by most people, but at the same time, the NEW Outlook on the Web, available as optional for some time, becomes the default experience for Office 365 users.

If you haven’t had a chance to set up a new email signature in either of Outlooks on the Web yet, just follow the steps below to learn more. Mind that in the new Outlook on the Web, the path to the email signature settings has changed.

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