How do I get my email signature on my IPhone?

Do you have an iPhone? If so, you’re in luck!

There is a way of adding your Signature directly to the mail app that is on your phone and sends your branding out even when you’re on the move!

First things first, make sure you have your email setup through the Apple Mail app. That is the standard Mail app that comes on the phone, and looks like this:



Once you have determined you are using the right app, lets get your Signature setup!

  1. Send yourself a test message from your computer using your Signature and check it on your phone.
  2. Click and hold down your finger just above the Signature, and it’ll pop up a bunch of options. Choose “Select” and drag the cursor so the blue highlights the entire Signature.
  3. Once it’s fully selected, tap the highlighted area once and you’ll see the options appear again. Select “Copy”.
  4. Now we just need to paste it into the settings! Go to your home screen and go to Settings > Mail > Signature
  5. Delete everything inside and tap once to pull up those options again. Hit “Paste”!

That’s it!

Now back all the way out and create an email. You’ll see your Signature pop right in!


When I try to copy and paste my new signature as instructed, I am only getting a piece of it. What gives?

You just got your installation instructions for your Stationery products…yay! Whether you are using a webmail program like Gmail to check your emails, or a desktop version of Outlook, one step that they both have in common is the need to get your new Signature copied and pasted directly into the settings!

But when you attempt to do what the instructions say and copy the entire signature in order to paste, you are only getting one piece of it not the entire Signature with all the links. What gives?

Don’t worry, your Signature is not broken 🙂 With the new ways the browsers are trying to streamline the layout and keep things seamless and clean, its no longer as simple as going up to the menu and going Edit > Select All and then Edit > Copy. Each browser does things a different way now, so here is a breakdown, per browser, to copy and paste cleaning and correctly the first time.

Google Chrome

  1. Open up your new Signature directly in your Chrome Browser.
  2. With your cursor, highlight to select your entire signature.
    Make sure you get it all!
  3. Next, go up and click on the 3 horizontal lines or dots in the top right hand corner of Google Chrome. This will drop down a menu and you will see under the Edit Category an area to select “Copy”. This will ensure that you have copied all of the images and code correctly!

Hint: If you are more familiar with using your computer, you can also hit CTRL+C on your PC (or Command+C on a MAC) directly on your keyboard instead).

Mozilla Firefox

  1. CopyScreenFromFFOpen up your new Signature directly in your Firefox Browser.
  2. With your cursor, highlight to select your entire signature.
    Make sure you get it all!
  3. Next, right click OVER any part of the highlighted area and a dropdown menu will come up. You’ll see two options: Copy and Copy Image. Please make sure that you select Copy to ensure that you copy the entirety of the signature that was selected, and do not select Copy Image as this will only copy the piece of the Signature in which you are currently hovered over.

Hint: If you are more familiar with using your computer, in lieu of the right click over the graphics to copy the file, you can also hit CTRL+C on your PC (or Command+C on a MAC) directly on your keyboard instead).

How do I know what version of Outlook I’m using?

How do I know which version I have?

I know I have a computer, I know I check my email through a desktop program called “Outlook”…but how do I know what version of Outlook I am actually using? This part can be tricky to find but don’t worry, we are here to help! Here are some ways to find out what version of Outlook you are using!

Figuring out which version you have

The different icons: The most obvious way to tell which version of Outlook you are using is by simply checking the color of the icon. Easy right? Here are the two different icons you should find when looking at the icon you click on to check emails:


Outlook 2013/2016
This blue icon is for Outlook 2013 or 2016. In either case, you can setup the Email Signature toolbar into your system by following these instructions:

Outlook 2013 / 2016 toolbar

outlook2010Outlook 2010
This yellow icon is for Outlook 2010. It looks very similar to the Outlook 2007 version so please don’t get confused! If you notice a variation in your icon, please make sure you are using Outlook 2010 by going to File > About Outlook and seeing which version you have. You can download the toolbar for Outlook 2010 by downloading this toolbar:

Outlook 2010 toolbar

If you have any further questions, or need any additional help with figuring out your version of Outlook please don’t hesitate to email us at support@emailEmail

Enjoy your Stationery!

In Outlook, why does my Stationery look funny in the compose window?

So you’ve composed an email in Outlook and you see your links are all spaced out…and your decapitated. Ahhhh!

Don’t worry 🙂 That is completely normal. In Outlook, sometimes in the compose window you will notice that things look a little fragmented or disoriented and that  is completely normal. It’ll come through perfectly once you hit send! Some email service providers such as Outlook use different rendering engines when composing emails but once you hit send, it no longer needs those programs to send so it pulls it back out causing your Stationery to appear beautifully in the receivers inbox!

Our Email Signature has been tested using dozens of email programs, so even though it may look different in your browser or email client, the people who receive it will receive a perfect version. Send yourself a test message to see what your clients and customers will receive!

Note: Also, keep in mind, during the compose window your links will not be active as well. This is due to the same rendering engines as discussed above…and really…you don’t want to be accidentally clicking on your links while trying to send out an email anyways! Once you hit send those links will be activated as well to drive traffic to all those awesome places on your website!

Please email us at support@emailEmail with any additional questions regarding this!

Gmail Signature Setup!

So you’ve purchased the Email Signature and worked with our amazing team of designers to get it completely custom designed to match your branding. How exciting is that? Step one completed and now its time to actually put it to use! Now what?

In most cases, installing one of our amazing toolbar is the right approach – but if you are using Gmail there is a much easier, more efficient way to get all setup. Here’s are some step by step instructions to do so:

Gmail Signature Installation Instructions

1) Once the file has been completed, you’ll be able to find the link to your Signature within your account settings or it was emailed to you when your proof was approved and finalized. Click on the link and it’ll open up in your web browser of choice.

2) With your cursor, highlight to select your entire signature. Next, hit CTRL+C on your PC (or Command+C on a MAC) on your keyboard to copy the entire file.

3) Next, open up your Gmail email account.

4) Click on the gray gear icon in the top right hand corner of Gmail and go to Settings.

5) Once you are in your settings, scroll down to the Signature area and paste in the Signature images we just copied. Check the box that says “

Hit Save Changes at the bottom and that should save your Signature for easy access when you are composing an email in Gmail from any computer.





My Stationery products are doubling up in Gmail, help!

Don’t worry….this is an easy fix!

When you setup the toolbar for your Email Signature, it installs itself directly into your web browser (ie, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox). Gmail though, has its own Signature area as well and if that is activated as well as our toolbar being used, sometimes you can see some doubling up as your email is trying to use both!

To fix this, simply go into your gmail account. Go directly into your Gmail Settings by clicking on the gray gear icon up in the top right hand corner of your Gmail inbox. From there, scroll down to the Signature area. Select “No Signature” and hit “Save Changes” down at the bottom of the page.

Now you will notice there is no more doubling up! That should prevent any future doubling up issues as well 🙂

Enjoy your Stationery!

Need help resetting your Email Signature password?

You’ve made it this far! Your Stationery has been purchased, your beautiful design has been created and….

(insert screeching breaks)…what is your password?!

During the design process, your proofs go directly to your email to review so you may not have had to login to your account up until this point. Don’t worry, we’ve got an easy fix for that! Click here to get a new password sent to your email.

Once you get your new password, please go back to that login screen and sign in using your email address and that temporary password you were emailed. Once you are logged in, on the left hand side you will see a link that says “Change Password”. Put in your old one, create a new one that you’ll remember and voila! Password Reset. Pat yourself on the back, that’s one thing you can remove from your To-Do List!

Helpful Hint: Please keep in mind that the password reset is case sensitive and requires just letters and numbers. It will not accept any passwords with characters in it!

Email Signature for Outlook Installation

Outlook 2003-2007 Installation is a breeze with our simple installation program.


  1. Close your Outlook
  2. Download the installation file Click Here
  3. Run the installation file and follow the prompts
  4. Start Outlook
  5. Enter your Email Username and Password
  6. Restart Outlook