If you have always been bored by Gmail one signature then we have good news for you. A friend once said, “Gmail’s support for just one email signature is a pain, mostly if you don’t always want to end your messages the same way.”
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Imagine if you do not want to respond to a work request the same way you do to an invitation to a friend’s party over the weekend.
The good news here is that you won’t have to deal with that much longer as Google has revealed that it is introducing support for multiple signatures on the web, with an option to make one of them the default.
All you will have to do is go into Settings > Settings > General to create a new signature, and a button in the compose window will allow you choose and manage signatures while you’re writing your email.
Google disclosed that the feature is available for both personal and G Suite accounts. However, the feature has already started rolling out to Rapid Release domains. You will have to wait for a little more, like until March 24th for Scheduled Release to take place.
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We think it is an overdue addition to Gmail, but it could matter more if you will stay away from tweaking your signature every time you are emailing close friends and relations.