Did you check out my post on creating an email signature in Gmail? If not pop over there now.
So last time I showed you how to add a
With clickable social icons my friend…you can even change the
Head on over to iconmonstr.com, here you will find a huge selection of cool icons that you can use for free.
In the search bar, enter the word social. You will be presented with various different styles of social icons, if you’re planning on using more than one, it’s a good idea to keep the styles kinda the same, so it looks
Once you’ve chosen your
You have to agree to terms, so have a read and check the box.
If you plan on keeping them black, download a PNG version. If you would like to change the
Next, we change the
Pop on over to your Gmail account, and head to settings (the little cog), and settings again. Then scroll down to the text box where your current signature is. Underneath the image, if you’re using one, use the spacebar until you’re happy with the position of the first icon. Go to the add image icon within the text area, and upload the png file you just created, it will be quite small, that’s fine, it doesn’t need to be large. If you’re adding any more icons, repeat this step until all have been added. If the icons aren’t visible, save changes, go out of the settings area, and then back in.
Now, you should see your icons. You need to highlight each one individually and enter the URL associated with each icon. When you’ve done that, use the space bar to make any spacing adjustments between the icons so they look balanced. Hit save, and you’re done
Here is my completed email signature, complete with clickable icons. Looking pretty nice I think.
I’ve created a few resources that you might find helpful. Head on over to the resource library to unlock cheatsheets and layout templates.
I hope you’ve found his helpful, let me know in the comments if you plan on creating your own.