Adding an image to your email signatures is a great way to add color and branding to every email you send. We’ll show you how to put your personalized signature in Salesforce.
This guide is intended for users with Lightning Experience interface only. If you use Salesforce Classic interface please read this detailed instruction.
Upload Your Image into Files Tab
Step 1. Click the Files tab on the Navigation Bar, or the App Launcher icon to view all apps/tabs and choose Files from there.
Choose Files in App Launcher
Step 2. Click on the Upload Files button and navigate to the location where you store the image on your computer.
Click on the Upload Files button and choose your imageGet the URL of the Uploaded Image
Note: Please make sure to perform the following steps. If you do not open the link in a new tab and do not copy the image address from there, you will have to delete the image and upload it again to get a permanent link to the image.
Step 1. In the Files tab click on Action Menu right from the uploaded image and click on Public Link.
Generation of Public Link
Step 2. Copy Link and open it in a new tab.
Copy generated Public Link and paste it a new tab
Step 3. Right-click on the image and click on Copy image address.
Copy image address
Add the Image to Your Email Signature
Step 1. Click on your avatar image at the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Step 2. Click Settings.
Step 3. In the Quick Find search box on the left side of the screen, type-in My Email Settings.
Type-in My Email Settings in the Quick Find search box
Step 4. Click on My Email Settings.
Step 5. In the Email Signature field, type-in <img src = “link here”/>.
Adding Email Signature
Step 6. Click Save.
It’s important to note that this will only work when sending emails in HTML format. However, if you send an email in plain text format it will display <img src = “link here”/> in the signature.
In Lightning Experience signatures will be added to all personal emails automatically, but inserting any template will overwrite current email and signature. Signatures won’t be added to emails that use HTML templates, as signatures need to be part of the template.