Add a picture to your iPhone signature
Updated: May 26
Working from your phone has become more and more a part of daily life - BUT - keeping up appearances is important - here's how to add your business logo to your iPhone signature.
Make sure you have a relevant picture on your iPhone ready to use. Send it with a blank email to yourself ahead or save it directly to a photo album from the Internet.
The best-recommended dimensions are 320 px wide with a file size under 50KB.
Go to ‘Settings’ on your iPhone, scroll down, click on ‘Mail’ and open the ‘Signature’ field at the bottom of a window.
If you didn't have a signature, then create one.
Find a picture you would like to add to your iPhone email signature and copy it (tap and hold the image, then click ‘Copy’ in the context menu).
Go back to your iPhone email signature editor (‘Settings’ -> ’Mail’ -> ‘Signature’) and ‘Paste’ the picture you have just saved. Note, you will not be able to resize an image in the signature editor, so you would need to do it before to match the mobile version of your iOS email signature.
You might notice a grey area around your newly designed signature after you insert an image. To get rid of it, type in an extra space after the picture, and the grey will go.
Your iPhone mail signature is ready to use now. Changes should be saved automatically. Click on ‘Mail’ in the top left corner, and do not forget to test the signature in an email - you can mail yourself of course.
And there you have it :->