FormSwift Email Signature Tool Review

So you got a swanky new website, fancy name cards and designer brochures.

But when you get to your email signature, it looks something like this:

Regards
John Doe
Ph: 1234-5678

Doesn’t exactly align well with what you had done in your marketing.

Given that you could be sending out dozens, if not hundreds of emails per day, your email signature is probably one of the most overlooked marketing tools to sell your company and products.

There are many solutions out there that could do this, such as Wisestamp and htmlsig. But unless you pay for them, you have to live with their ads on your email signature.

What if you want to create a signature for an educational, personal, or business email account for free?

Well, FormSwift has a solution.

They have an Email Signature Tool, which can help students and professionals expedite the process of generating an email signature.

And it’s free!

The E-Mail Signature Tool has a simple and intuitive workflow. Firstly, proceed by filling out your signature details, such as your name and phone number.

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Do not worry about filling out every single field; the final design of your signature will adjust based on the fields you have completed. Depending on the type of e-mail you are creating the signature for, the fields will change accordingly.

Depending on the type of e-mail you are creating the signature for, the fields will change accordingly.

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Once you have chosen your design and finished filling out all of the details, click the ‘Generate Your Signature’ button. By doing so, you will have copied the signature as it appears in the box.

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Lastly, you will need to select your e-mail provider and follow the directions displayed below. In less than five minutes, you will have a professional-looking signature that is sure to turn heads the next time you send out an e-mail.

In less than five minutes, you will have a professional-looking signature that is sure to turn heads the next time you send out an e-mail.

Say goodbye to the plain text email signature.

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