Brian Tong here with CNET.com and if you're bored with the same generic e-mail signature that's included on your iOS device, I'll show you how to sex it up a little with the iPhone Signature Creator.
Now, big thanks to Rick Broider for this tip.
First up, go to the URL that you see below and you can do this on your iPhone, iPad, the iPod touch, or your computer to create you snazzy HTML signature.
You can enter in the information you want like a friendly closing or something important like your name, but here are some tips.
If you want icons to show up next to your work, mobile, and fax numbers, leave the label section blank.
You also have the ability to check mark what other services will appear in your signature that will allow the recipient of your e-mail to access things like your Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn pages so just make sure to provide the address that directs them to those profile pages.
Plus, you can also set up your signature so they can call you through FaceTime and Skype directly.
When you're done, create a pin number that you can remember.
Don't make it the same one you use on your ATM card and then press create signature, entering the pin number on the website that pops up.
You only have to do it once but this is really important.
Now before you press go, add this as a bookmark on your home screen on your iOS device.
Then, whenever you wanna send someone in e-mail with the killer HTML iPhone Signature, you'll be able to do it with the press of your home screen icon.
I'm Brian Tong for CNET.com and that's how you create your custom signature for iOS devices and,
trust me, all the ladies will be asking you about it.
Use it wi--.
Hold on, guys.
No, I know you like that signature.
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