Some email signature templates let you add a secondary image as well as a corporate logo. For example, you could have an image used as a footer for the signature:
The Image element lets you add a secondary image to use in the email signature template.
In the example above, the option with the Image element is called ImageBottom as the secondary image is to be added at the bottom of the email signature. Available options will vary depending on the signature template you use, but the process for changing/adding an image always remains the same.
When an email signature is created, the selected template includes a sample image (if applicable), so you can see the image position in the signature preview. When you change the image, the new image replaces the existing placeholder in exactly the same place.
The image position is determined by the template that you have chosen, so it cannot be changed. If you are unhappy with the position, you can create a new email signature with a new template. The template library includes a variety of different designs, so it is likely you will find one that meets your requirements.
Note: If you still cannot find an email signature template that meets your needs, we can create one for you. Simply click on the option provided beneath the options pane (shown below) to brief our design team. Please be aware that this is a chargeable service.
Image file requirements
Standard image file requirements apply for all secondary images.
Changing the image
To change the existing image:
- Click the Select files button:
- Navigate drives and folders to find and select the required image file:
- Click Open to confirm your selection. This will update the signature preview with your secondary image.