Microsoft has several email products. One of the most popular ones is the free version called Outlook.com. However, the feature set is different than the paid counterpart like Office 365. One difference deals with creating an email signature. Most of the functionality exists with a few
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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
Sometimes Gmail’s simplicity makes people think it is missing features. A case in point is distribution lists or group lists. Many people think that it’s not possible to create a group email in gmail. The truth is that you can create personal Gmail distribution lists using labels in Google Contacts.
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
Keyboard shortcuts are a great way to enhance your productivity. The benefits are compounded the more you use a program like Gmail. The problem is learning them and committing them to memory. In the case of Gmail, there are quite a few and some don't seem intuitive to me. For example, why is the #