The default email signature on your iPhone or iPad is generic. Here’s how to create a custom signature with the info you want receivers to see.
When you send an email from your iPhone or iPad, the default signature is “Sent from my iPhone or iPad.” That’s boring and uninformative. Here’s how to customize your email signature on your iPhone or iPad to include more detailed information that you want receivers to see.
Change iPhone or iPad Default Email Signature
To get started, open Setting > Mail.
Next, tap on Signature from the menu under the “Composing” section. There you will see that the default email signature is “Sent from my iPhone.” In the text box, you can clear that out of there or add to it.
In the signature box type in what you want it to be. You can use some basic text-editing functions as well. Once you’re done creating your new signature close out of mail settings. Now the next time you start to compose a new email message you will see the new signature is all set.
That’s all there is to it. Now every message you send via the Mail app will have the signature you created. If you have more than one account, check out how to create a unique signature for each one.
Most email programs are going to use the default signature to promote the product. So if you’re using the Mail app on Windows 10, you can change its default signature. And if you’re at the office and using Microsoft Outlook, check out how to create a new email signature.