- In June, Microsoft will finally bring out the e-mail signature synchronization to the cloud for Outlook.
- The whole point of the Outlook e-mail signature syncing in the cloud is to ensure a consistent user experience when you access Outlook for Windows on any of your computers.
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In June, Microsoft will finally bring out the e-mail signature synchronization to the cloud for Outlook. This feature was expected for a long time ago by Outlook users.
How can I sync my e-mail signature in Outlook?
The whole point of the Outlook e-mail signature syncing in the cloud is to ensure a consistent user experience when you access Outlook for Windows on any of your computers.
That means that when you will create an e-mail signature on one computer, it will sync to all the other devices if you’re using the same account.
What is an e-mail signature?
The e-mail signature is the personal or professional contact data you set for the end of the e-mail. That can mainly contain text, but you can also add graphical information.
At this moment, the signatures are stored on the device you create them. So if you create the signature on a PC, and try to send an e-mail from Outlook installed on another device, you will not be able to use that signature.
According to the Microsoft 365 roadmap, the feature is timed for a rollout beginning in June 2020, and right now it will be working only on Outlook for Windows.
However, as it’s super-useful, it wouldn’t be a total surprise if it will also extend to other platforms in the future.
Outlook’s text prediction feature
Until the e-mail signature comes along, we will have a text prediction feature in Outlook that will enable you to compose your mails via the web-based platform much faster.
It’s similar to Gmail’s Smart Compose and it’s coming to Outlook on the web later this Month.