Email signatures can be a great marketing tool. However, I often run into people and business owners who struggle trying to get their HTML versions into Microsoft Outlook. The process to add the code to emails is a bit different. Below are two ways you can add them. For this tutorial, I’m using
Microsoft Outlook has some useful methods for viewing calendars. One feature allows you to view multiple calendars side-by-side, whereas another option displays them as an overlay. There are also times when you need to merge multiple Outlook calendars and do a cleanup.
In early versions of Microsoft Outlook, I would abuse the Signature feature to hold boilerplate text snippets that I frequently used. These were like mini templates. Now, there is an easier and improved method that uses Outlook Quick Parts. This functionality allows you to reuse text and images just
The concept of email signatures isn’t unique to Outlook. This feature exists in many email applications. However, Microsoft does make the process of creating and applying them to specific scenarios easier. Below I show how to create one with an image. You might think of an email signature as a