Mailbutler lets you create professional email signatures that you and your team can easily insert to outgoing emails from Apple Mail, Outlook and Gmail. No HTML coding is required, and designs are always synced real time to your email client.
For more general information about Signatures, check out our feature page.

Please select the software you are using for your emails.

Apple Mail

 

1. Open Apple Mail and in the Mailbutler sidebar click on the Account Settings () button, then Account & Preferences.

2. A new window will open. Select Signatures under Manage Features in the sidebar on the left.

3. Below each signature, you will see data statistics.

Used x times: will give you an overview of how many times the signature has been used, by you, or if shared, by every team member that uses this signature.

Click-through Rate:% of links in the signature that has been clicked.

Reply Rate: % of emails that go answered with this signature.

Gmail

1. Open Gmail and in the Mailbutler sidebar click on the Account Settings () button, then Account & Preferences.

2. A new window will open. Select Signatures under Manage Features in the sidebar on the left.


3. Below each signature, you will see data statistics.

Used x times: will give you an overview of how many times the signature has been used, by you, or if shared, by every team member that uses this signature.

Click-through Rate:% of links in the signature that has been clicked.

Reply Rate: % of emails that go answered with this signature.

Outlook

1. Open Outlook and in the Mailbutler sidebar click on the Account Settings () button, then Account & Preferences.

2. A new window will open. Select Signatures under Manage Features in the sidebar on the left.

3. Below each signature, you will see data statistics.

Used x times: will give you an overview of how many times the signature has been used, by you, or if shared, by every team member that uses this signature.

Click-through Rate:% of links in the signature that has been clicked.

Reply Rate: % of emails that go answered with this signature.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For general information about Signatures, check out our feature page.