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Hello, I am trying to add an Email Signature in Gmail. The only thing I am seeing it allowing you to import is a URL. I want to import a jpg or gif as my signature and copy and paste is not working. Can you help? Thank you!

asked Nov 09 '12 at 16:39

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In Gmail's Settings menu (General tab) find Signature. It allows you to insert an image or/and a URL. You can only import an image via a URL, so you should upload it to an image hosting service beforehand (e.g. ImageShack).

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answered Jan 29 '13 at 13:50

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I believe you'll have to use an add-in or browser extension...I use WiseStamp.

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answered Nov 10 '12 at 07:03

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Yes, that is the best extension i have tried so far when it comes to adding signatures in gmail

(Nov 11 '12 at 08:32) Hammad Hammad's gravatar image

You could also put host the image from your Dropbox. This way, you keep controle over the images you use.

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answered Jan 31 '13 at 03:43

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