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Windows 10 Mail app now has new signature options, are you seeing them too?

Just last week, Microsoft updated the Windows 10 Mail app with more “density” options. This was great for those who use devices with touch screens or high-resolution displays, but another recent update also introduced new signature options to the experience. The company is clearly pushing out new Mail features at a quick rate, but there’s still no official changelog for any of this stuff, so we’re wondering, are you seeing these new features too?

The new signature options are found in version 17.9226.21295.0 of the Mail app (in the Windows 10 April 2018 Update), by heading to the Settings menu and then pressing on “Signature.” There are now options for adding in different font sizes, links, and even pictures to a signature. It’s all pretty useful for power users, especially since previous versions of the Mail app only allowed you to change the text of your signature alone.

One of our editors here at OnMSFT is seeing these new settings options, but clicking the new options for formatting, link, and the image won’t work for him. Are you seeing these features too? Or is it broken? Update by clicking the link below, and let us know in the comments.

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