Spark

5.2. Manage Signatures

Spark allows you to create a pre-arranged signature which appears automatically at the bottom of the email composer. You can have multiple signatures and set the default ones for different accounts to save time while writing emails.

Creating a signature

Launch Spark, tap at the top left, open Settings > Signatures and tap Add Signature.

   

Type the text of your signature and tap Save. If you have an HTML-signature, you can paste the HTML code in the Text field.

If you want to add an image to your signature, please note: Currently this is not an option in Spark for iOS. However, you can do it with any HTML-signature generator and paste the code in the Text field.

Alternatively, you can create a signature with an image in Spark on your Mac, and it will appear on your iOS-device. To sync the signatures, make sure you’re signed into the same account on both of your devices. Learn more about the sync option in Spark.

If you want the signature you created to be the default for a particular email address, tap Set as Default for… and tick the needed account.

Switching between multiple signatures

When you compose an email, your default signature displays at the bottom. Touch the signature and tap to choose a different one. Then select the needed signature from the list.

   

Editing and deleting signatures

You can view and edit your signatures in Settings > Signatures. Tap the needed signature to edit it.

To delete a signature, select Edit at the top left, tap the minus sign near the signature and choose Delete.

If you don’t want to use pre-arranged signatures in Spark, disable the toggle Use Email Signatures. Now, the signatures won’t display in the email composer.

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