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How to allow users to choose their default signature in the Add-in?
How to allow users to choose their default signature in the Add-in?
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Written by Kévin Joffray
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A feature allows end-users of the Add-in to choose their default signature (= the signature that will be inserted in each new mail), among the different signatures that have been assigned to them.

How to activate this feature?

From the Letsignit platform, the global administrator can activate this permission in the Add-in settings

As soon as the admin has activated the authorisation, all users to whom the Add-in has been deployed will benefit from the functionality.

They will then be able to choose their own default signature in the Letsignit Add-in (regardless of the priority set by the global admin, the end-user's choice will take precedence).

How does the end-user of the Add-in choose his default signature?

The user choose an internal default signature/campaign

  • In Outlook, open the Letsignit Add-in to access all your signatures.

  • Click on "Set as default signature" on the desired signature.

The signature will then become the new default signature and will now be displayed in the "Signature by default" section in the Add-in.

For each new email (new, reply, transfer), this signature will be inserted by default in the email.

The end user can at any time find the signature that his admin had defined as priority in "Other signatures", a text is displayed when hovering over the signature:

How to disable this feature?

At any time, the admin can deactivate the authorisation in the Add-in settings, the Add-in users will no longer be able to "select their default signature" and it is therefore the highest priority signature defined by the global administrator that will reappear as the default signature for all users.

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