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Gmail is Getting an Option for Multiple Signatures

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Yesterday, Google announced it’s adding support for multiple signatures in Gmail. That’s great if you use a single email address for numerous purposes and don’t always want to sign off the same way. While the company announced the change on its G Suite blog, it says the feature will come to personal emails as well.

You may not see the new feature yet; Google says it is rolling out the update in stages. But it’s relatively easy to set up. You’ll go to Settings > General, scroll down to signatures and click on an “Add new” button.

When you’re composing an email, you can click on a new signature button to choose which one to use. Google says multiple signatures should help you communicate better with different groups of people. You might use a signature with your personal phone number for an email to co-workers, but swap to a business phone number for customers, for instance.

Anyone on a rapid release domain should sometime in the next ten days. Google says it will start the rollout for scheduled release domains on March 24th.

via Google

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