After you've created your logo and subscribed to the Brand Kit, you'll have access to email signature designs that you can use in your email program of choice.
Start by generating email signatures with your contact info, then copy and paste the one you like to your provider of choice (e.g. Gmail).
Generating an email signature
Here's a quick video on how to generate an email signature in the Brand Kit:
Log into your account and click your purchased logo to get to the Brand Kit homepage.
If you haven't done so already, click Edit Brand in the top right corner of your screen and follow the prompts to choose a font and add contact information. Click Finish when you're done.
Click Email Signatures on the left-side menu. From here, you'll find a few email signatures to choose from, and you can toggle between your brand colors at the top of the page to see different color options.
Once you find a signature that works well for your brand, click Get this signature to copy it. It will save to your computer's clipboard, and then you can paste it into your email host's signature settings — more on that below.
Pasting the Brand Kit Email Signature into Gmail
Once you have the Brand Kit email signature copied, you can paste it into the signature settings of your account. Here's how:
1. Start by selecting the settings gear in the top right-hand section of your Gmail account.
2. Once that's done, select the See all settings button.
3. In the email settings, you want to scroll down to the signature section and make sure your signature box is empty (you don't want any text in there).
4. Paste your copied email signature into the text box. Pasting can either be done by right-clicking and selecting Paste, or pressing ctrl+v on a PC or command+v on a Mac.
5. After you've successfully pasted the signature into the text box, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Save Changes. Now take a look at your new email signature in action!
Need help copying your email signature into another email program? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance or see the article below on manually adding a logo to your email signature.