Android gmail signatureAdding a signature to your e-mail -- especially when you're working from a smartphone -- can be either a badge of honor, or an excuse. (The joke goes that you can get away with typo after typo so long as your signature says "Sent from my iPhone.)

Adding a signature in your Android smartphone's gmail account is easy.

  1. Fire up ye olde gmail application.
  2. Press the menu button.
  3. Choose "More."
  4. Choose "Settings."
  5. Tap "Signature."
  6. Type the snarky statement of your choice.
  7. Click OK.
  8. Send e-mail.

Signatures don't have to (and probably shouldn't be) full of snark, but they can be handy to let the recipient know that you're working from a phone, and so the response might not be as long as it would be if you were working from a desktop. Typos are still on you, however.