The steps for adding your DPC link to your email signature will differ based on your email provider (i.e. Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo!, etc.). There are multiple providers available. We recommend you research “adding a hyperlinked image” or “adding hyperlinked text” to your email signature within the help or support section for your current email provider.
See the example below for reference:
Here are the general steps you will take to hyperlink text in your email signature, and these will vary by email provider:
- When logged into your email account, go to Settings > Email Signature.
- To hyperlink text, write a new line of text or select the existing text from your email signature, and find the “hyperlink” icon in your email signature editor.
- Insert your DPC URL as the destination for the link.
- Save your changes.
Here are the general steps you will take to hyperlink a graphic in your email signature, and these will vary by email provider.
- Visit our Marketing Resources page and download your favorite image(s) to your desktop.
- To insert an image into your email signature, open your email signature editor and find the “Add/Insert Image” button. This will prompt you to either:
- Browse your files and select the image you want to add to your signature. Select your favorite image and save the change. Or,
- Enter an image URL. If your email provider requires you to provide an image URL, use one of the graphics from our Marketing Resources page. You can right click on the desired image and copy the image URL or image address. Paste that image URL into the email signature “Add/Insert Image” field.
- Return to your email signature editor and highlight, click on or otherwise select the image in your editor that you want to hyperlink. Then click the “hyperlink” icon and paste your DPC URL into hyperlink field as the destination for the link.
- Save your changes.
Note: After inserting the image, some email providers allow you to adjust the size of the image as it appears in your email signature. You can either keep the original size of the logo or resize it as allowed by your email provider.
If you still have questions or issues, please consult with your email provider or technical staff at your company for advice regarding third party email providers and signature editing.