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How to Add a Yahoo Mail Signature Image

How to Add a Yahoo Mail Signature Image

You did not work on that logo (and look good in pictures) for nothing: find out below how to add a Yahoo Mail signature image and include a headshot, logo, photo or any other graphic with every email you send.

First, One Minute of Video Is Worth 1,800,000 Words; or 780,000?

Your monitor throws some 30 new pictures your way every second; a minute has 60 seconds; and each picture is worth 1,000 words, of course.

So, 1 minute of video equals 30 × 60 × 1,000 or 1,800,000 words.

No matter the logic, that seems a bit much information for an email signature. How about a mere 1,000 words and a simple image for your signature on Yahoo! Mail then?

How to Add a Yahoo Mail Signature Image

To add an image to your email signature in Yahoo! Mail:

  1. Make sure the image has a perfect and appropriate size for email signatures.
  2. Now make sure your Yahoo Mail signature image is available from a website or image hosting service.
  3. In a desktop browser, open the image you want to add to your Yahoo! Mail signature.
  4. Copy the image.
    • Typically—in Google Chrome, Safari, Opera and Mozilla Firefox, for example—, click on the image with the right mouse button and select Copy Image from the context menu that has appeared.
    • In Microsoft Edge, right-click the image and select Copy from the context menu.
  5. Open Yahoo! Mail in a desktop browser.
  6. Click the Settings menu gear icon ().
  7. Now select More Settings.
  8. Go to the Writing email category.
  9. Position the text cursor where you want your Yahoo! Mail signature image to appear under Signature.
  10. Press Ctrl V (Windows and Linux) or Command V (Mac) to paste the image into the signature.
  11. Click Back to Inbox.

(Adding a Yahoo Mail signature image tested with Yahoo! Mail in a desktop browser; updated October 2017; title image: StockUnlimited)

Heinz Tschabitscher

Heinz Tschabitscher

Has been writing about email, communication and technology in an engaging and informative manner since 1997. Find out more.