Social Media links and your email Signature

You can create personalized signatures for your email messages that include an icon for Facebook, Twitter, or other social media sites. When the message recipient clicks the icon in the signature, a new web browser window opens and your social media account appears.

Your signature can automatically be added to outgoing messages, or you can manually add the signature to only the messages that you choose.

Create a signature

  1. For each icon that you want to use in your email signature, right-click the icon below, and then click Save picture as. Save the icon to your computer. (There are dozens of social media site, below are some of the most popular. If you wish to use another site then find and save a small icon/picture of their logo).

Facebook –

Twitter –

LinkedIn –

Flickr –

FaceWebsite Icon
Facebook Facebook icon
Twitter Twitter icon
LinkedIn LinkedIn icon
Flickr Flickr icon
  1. Open a new message. On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures.

  1. On the E-mail Signature tab, click New.
  2. Type a name for the signature, and then click OK.
  3. In the Edit signature box, type the text that you want to include in the signature such as your name, phone number, or website address.
  4. To format the text, select the text, and then use the style and formatting buttons to select the options that you want.
  5. Click  Picture, browse to the icon you saved in step 1, click to select it, and then click OK. Repeat for each icon you want to add.
  6. Click one of the icons you added in step 7, and then click  Hyperlink.
  7. In the Address box, type the URL or web address for your Facebook, Twitter, or social media account that corresponds to the icon.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Repeat steps 8-10 for each icon that you added in step 7.
  10. To finish creating the signature, click OK.

 Note  – The signature that you just created or modified won’t appear in the open message. You will have to close it and open a new message for it to appear.

The above article has been adapted from this original Microsoft article:


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