How do I add a signature to my iPhone emails?

Having an email signature is common practice for many, especially for work emails. A signature is simply a block of information that is added to the end of your email that includes your name and other info such as title, phone number, company name, address, email, etc. The default iPhone signature is "Sent from my iPhone," which you'll probably want to change - especially if you work from home and don't want your boss wondering why you are responding with your iPhone instead of your computer. If you want to change your signature, here's how:

1. Head to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendar

How to add a signature to your iPhone emails in iOS 8.

2. Scroll down and tap Signature.

How to add a signature to your iPhone emails in iOS 8.

3. Now you can choose either All Accounts to have the same signature for all of your email addresses, or Per Account to have a different signature for each address.

How to add a signature to your iPhone emails in iOS 8.

4. Tap in the whitespace below and enter your signature. When you are finished simply head back with the button in the top left of the screen, your signature will be set.