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An email "signature" is the block of text that is automatically pasted into the bottom of every email you send.

A signature can make your emails look more professional, and provide necessary information to your message recipients.

To edit your signature, click the gear icon, select "Settings," and navigate to the "Signature" section.

In the text box, start typing your signature, using the bar above to apply any formatting preferences you'd like.

Most email signatures contain the person's name, email address and phone number.

If the email is being used for business you will often see their company name and title as well.

Remember that by default, your signature will come after two dashes, so you may not need to use a separator.

Click "Save Changes" when you're done.

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