Download signatures from a URL and insert them into emails automatically.
Signature Wizard: Gmail Signature From URL provides a way to download HTML signatures from remote servers and insert them into your Gmail emails. Being able to store your signature remotely gives you the ability to dynamically generate signatures, whether you'd like to pull in your latest blog post, show a random image, or display your social following count. Need to keep your employee's signatures up to date? Have them install Signature Wizard and use your signature url. Gmail Signature From URL works with any number of emails and any number of signatures. When you reply or create a new email the extension will automatically download the appropriate email signature and insert it into the bottom of the email. This is a great way to dynamically insert email signatures into Gmail. Support Please email [email protected] Update Log 1.1 Fix: Multiple signatures loading when opening draft of email 1.3 Fix: Signatures not loading 1.5 Support for single emailed accounts 1.6. Support for multiple windows and replies 1.8 Fixed for languages other than English 1.8.6 Alternative fetching of signatures to match against emails with mysterious trailing full stop 1.8.7 Disabled caching of signatures 1.8.8 Ability to delete signatures by highlighting and pressing backspace
- (2020-11-05) Ryan Krawchuk: I used to love this extension. It did exactly what it was supposed to do. Then a couple of months ago, it simply stopped working. If it can be repaired, I would continue to use it and give it back the 5 stars that it deserves.
- (2020-09-03) Pablo Gámez: The extension is excellent, but it stopped working when Google Chrome was updated to version 85, do you know how to solve it?
- (2020-09-02) Samuel Guerra: It's great but now this extension don't work. Maybe by some changes recently in GMAIL system.
- (2018-01-30) Fabricio S: Doesn't work with urls that uses base64 images.
- (2017-06-05) Alexey Adamitsky: I've been using it for a while now. It's good. Simply works. Set it and forget kind of addon. I wish it was a little more advanced but I'm happy with what there is.
- (2019-07-18, v:1.8.8) Michael Purdue: Disable auto signatures on reply emails?
I'm trying to help someone find a way to have their signatures only appear when they are composing a new email vs. replying to an existing email. Does this plugin have the capability to differentiate? Or can you leave auto signatures disabled and then simply click a button to apply a signature when you wish to have one?
- (2019-04-02, v:1.8.8) The Extension is not working on windows chrome only works on Macs.
Lots of js errors show in Windows chrome gmail. 8 Errors: Failed to Execute 'postMesssage' on 'DOMWindows' : target origin provided ('URL')... Warning: "Cross-Origin Read Blocking (CORB) Blocked cross-origin jquery.js
- (2018-10-26, v:1.8.8) Winand van den Bergh: No longer working
The addon no longer seems to work for me. It used to insert the signature in my mails most of the time, sometimes I had to insert it manually. Now it never inserts it anymore. I host my signature on github and try to import it into my work e-mail. The g-suite account I want to use it for does not match the google account I used to login on chrome, could this be an issue? It has worked before with this setup though.
- (2016-07-18, v:1.7) Rafal Pilat: Cannot make it work
Uploaded HTM file on the HTTpS server, plugin installed. Starting a new message and signature is not inserted. Should I do it manually? How?