Depending on who you’re conversing with, you might find yourself tediously changing your signature in Gmail over and over again. Whether you’re sending a personal email, chatting with a colleague or messaging someone from another country, it might be appropriate to switch up your sign off.
Gmail’s latest update is all about signatures. More specifically, Google is giving the client a new setting that’ll let you put together a variety of different signatures and choose between them instantaneously when sending an email.
The new feature is rolling out right now to all users and can be accessed using a new signature button at the bottom of the screen when you’re composing a new email.
Announcing the addition, Google said: “It’s now possible to use multiple signatures in Gmail. Multiple signatures give you the flexibility to use different signatures for different situations.”
The American tech giant noted these to include:
• Communicating across teams, organisations, or products
• Communicating across languages
• Using different default signatures for new emails and replies, and more
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The new feature will be enabled automatically, however you’ll need to create new signatures for it to work. This can be done by heading to Settings > General. From there, scroll down to “signature” and press “create new”.
Google started rolling out the ability to create multiple signatures on March 10. The American tech giant has said it may take until next month before all users are able to take advantage.
This certainly isn’t the newest feature to hit Gmail in the last month. It was only a couple of weeks ago Google announced a new feature for the email client called “search chips” designed to make filtering an inbox easier than ever before.
Discussing search chips last month, Google said: “We’re introducing search chips in Gmail, an easier way to sort and filter search results to find exactly what you’re looking for faster.
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