Using Twitter and Facebook Icons in my Email Signature

Update: Here’s a link to a handy video Patrice made showing how to do this in Outlook: Net Solutions Facebook Page

I frequently get asked how to put the little Twitter and Facebook icons into an email signature with links back to their respective accounts. If you are using Outlook 2007, here are some basic instructions for how you can add these icons to your signature.



  1. Open Outlook
  2. Click on Tools
  3. Click on Options
  4. From the tabs, click on “Mail Format”
  5. Click on Signatures
  6. Click on the New Button
  7. Give your signature a name (Company name will do)
  8. Then in the Edit Signature section, type out everything you want included in the signature. My signature has my name, title, logo, address, phone, email, web address and Twitter/Facebook icons.
  9. To add the images to your signature (we have attached the Facebook/Twitter icons to this post for you to save and use in your own signature) click on the “picture” icon (which is the 2nd icon from the right)
  10. After you click on Picture, a browse wizard will pop-up and will allow you to browse your hard drive and add your twitter/Facebook icons to the signature.
  11. Once you have the images in the signature, click on one of the images to highlight it. Then click on the “hyperlink” button (it should be the last button on the right)
  12. In the address field at the bottom of the hyperlink window, type in your Twitter or Facebook address (depending on which image you are linking)
  13. Click ok
  14. Repeat that until you have all your images linked to the right web addresses.

It takes a few steps to get all the icons loaded in the way you want, however, not having to type in your signature each and every time will save you lots of time and save your recipients time if they are trying to look up your contact information. Promoting your Facebook Fan Page or Twitter Account in a signature is a great way to get your Social Media efforts in front of everyone that you touch base with via email. Net Solutions Twitter PageThese icons can also be added to your website. Just reduce the size to 30 pixels x 30 pixels and then add them to any page on your site. We added them to the vertical column section on the Net Solutions site. If you are using the ProFusion Ultra Internet Solution as your website provider, you can see how to do this by watching our Introductory Webinar. Click to Download Social Media Icons If you’d like to host the twitter and facebook icons on our blog and link them into your site, use the URLs in below in your signature: Twitter: Facebook: Here is the corresponding video to this instruction set:

109 Responses to “Using Twitter and Facebook Icons in my Email Signature”

  1. Miriam Evers said:

    Jan 29, 10 at 3:20 PM

    Thanks for writing this out so clearly. I already use an autosignature and I really like the idea of using the familiar icons instead of just the link. I’ll be sharing this with my clients as well.

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  3. Linda Lee said:

    Feb 18, 10 at 1:49 PM

    Thank you – this made it very easy

  4. Ron said:

    Mar 15, 10 at 11:45 AM

    I’ve done this but I cannot get it to work. I have an Outlook XP version that was installed in 2003… there is no picture/browse option. It takes me to an “advanced edit” option that takes me to Microsoft Word. When I try to save it, it won';t allow me saying its a “read only” file. Help. TIA ~Ron

  5. Shane A said:

    Mar 15, 10 at 1:12 PM


    I believe you are working on Outlook Express, but I cannot be for sure.

    Can you open your Outlook program, then find the link for help, and then “About Microsoft …”

    This should open a pop-up window that tells you what software and version you are using. With that information I may be able to provide a little more assistance.

  6. Ron said:

    Mar 16, 10 at 8:44 AM

    Thanks Shane for the expeditious follow up. The “About Microsoft Outlook” indicates I have Microsoft Outlook 2002 but when I log on it says 2003. Hope that helps. ~Ron

  7. Shane A said:

    Mar 16, 10 at 9:26 AM


    I am not as familiar with Outlook 2002(3)

    I was able to find this help guide from Microsoft

  8. Amol Mhetre said:

    Mar 25, 10 at 10:21 AM

    I literally Tried to find Signature in Outlook but Finally i got it from here n It’s really interesting method to put Social Networking Icons in your Email Signature … sounds like really cool … nice stuff keep going!!

  9. Teri said:

    Mar 25, 10 at 2:48 PM

    Do both Facebook and Twitter allow you to use their icons in your email signature without a license/trademark agreement?

  10. Shane A said:

    Mar 26, 10 at 9:19 AM

    I have not read their terms of service, and I am not a lawyer so I cannot dispense the correct advice here.

    With that caveat out of the way, I will provide you my opinion.

    Social Networks are all based on word of mouth, and the idea of friends telling friends about the service. Part of that is sending links, using icons and referencing the primary company.

    As such, assuming you do not deface the logo or icon, they should not have any issue with you including their logo in your email signature.

  11. Adriana said:

    Mar 30, 10 at 9:23 AM

    Do you know how to set it up on a hotmail email signature?

  12. Shane A said:

    Mar 30, 10 at 9:30 AM


    I am not very familiar with the settings for Hotmail. I did find this article which seems to go through the basic steps.

    How to Configure Hotmail Email Signature

    Good Luck!

  13. Chris D. said:

    Apr 03, 10 at 4:21 PM

    I’ve used the automatic signature for a while, but want to add the link to my FB page. Following your instructions I got the icon as part of my signature in Outlook 2007. 2 problems, it’s way too big and when i send it to myself as a test and click on it the FB sign in page comes up instead of our page. Any idea what I did wrong?

  14. Chris D. said:

    Apr 03, 10 at 4:25 PM

    I figured out what I did wrong to get to the sign in page. It’s still too big though. How can I reduce it?

  15. Chris D. said:

    Apr 03, 10 at 4:31 PM

    OOPS, do I didn’t figure it out. I took the link off my personal page and then sent it to myself and clicked on it. Worked. But…. if somebody is familiar with FB they can click on home and see my wall. Not good. I tried to delete my previous post but couldn’t. Sorry.

  16. Shane A said:

    Apr 05, 10 at 3:03 PM


    First you should try resizing your Facebook icon before uploading it to Outlook signature. I recommend no larger than 25 pixels by 25 pixels. If you do not have image resizing tools you can use this one

    Next, as far as your link to Facebook, it sounds like you were already logged into Facebook and thus you were able to see your wall. Try logging out of Facebook and then following the link.

    You can also create a personalized URL for Facebook which is helpful to get traffic to the right place, for example here is mine If you want to create your own personalized URL, you must first login and then go to

  17. Jack said:

    Apr 07, 10 at 11:54 AM

    These are great directions. Only problem is I can’t get them to work. I have my icons on my page but the hyperlink is not attaching to them (Had it working last night). And now my highlighted website, blog and email are not working either. The little hand does not come up when I try to click on any of those.
    I have microsoft outlook.

  18. Shane A said:

    Apr 07, 10 at 12:02 PM


    It is hard to say exactly what the issue is without seeing the actual signature. You can send me an example and I will review it shane(at)

    My guess is you have accidently deleted the hyperlinks from the other text. I can see two options:

    1. Start Over – Create a new signature from scratch adding each element on at a time
    2. Try recreating the hyperlinks to the other elements. If you are not familiar with Hyperlinks here is a Microsoft Tutorial
  19. Chris D. said:

    Apr 08, 10 at 10:36 AM

    Thanks Shane. I’ll work on that.

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  21. David said:

    May 04, 10 at 2:23 AM

    Great! Thank you.

  22. Teresa said:

    May 06, 10 at 8:37 PM

    I have done this over and over, and the link does not “stick” to the picture. When I click on the ‘F’ in my signature it just highlights it and doesnt go to the page. Here is the hyperlink i am using:!/tpringle

    Is this wrong?

  23. Amy said:

    Jun 15, 10 at 9:08 AM

    Thank you so much. I have been trying to do this for weeks and this is the first set of instructions that actually made sense. Even Facebook’s help sites are so complicated. Thanks!!!!!!

  24. Les said:

    Jul 27, 10 at 7:53 AM

    Very simple – if I can do it anyone can – I resized them to 31×31 0n microsoft office picture manager and it was simple putting in the hyperlink etc

  25. Liz said:

    Jul 28, 10 at 11:45 AM

    Outlook express does not seem to have these options – do you have other instructions for Outlook Express?

  26. dave wainscott said:

    Aug 11, 10 at 11:04 PM

    I never use outlook. How else can it be done?

  27. Patrice said:

    Aug 11, 10 at 11:07 PM

    What email program do you use to send mail? If I knew that, I could do a bit of research for you to see if I can tell you how to do it in that specific email program.

  28. Patrice said:

    Aug 11, 10 at 11:08 PM

    Hi Liz,

    I’ll check into Outlook Express and post the instructions here when I have the answer.

    Thanks – Patrice

  29. Patrice said:

    Aug 11, 10 at 11:11 PM

    Hi Teresa,

    If you can send me an email at I can test this for you. You have probably done it correctly, the link just won’t work for you because when you type out an email, the link is not actuall active. However, the recipient of your email will be able to click on the link and get to your facebook page. Does that make sense?

    Sorry for the delayed response, I didn’t see your comment. :(


  30. Joel Ungar said:

    Aug 27, 10 at 1:19 PM

    Thanks for this! Just finishing updating my signature.

  31. Dynamics said:

    Sep 03, 10 at 10:09 AM

    Thanks for sharing, this should help me get more followers.

  32. Rachael said:

    Sep 03, 10 at 12:32 PM

    I was about to give up on putting icons in my email signature when I stumbled across your post. Sooo helpful! Thank you!

  33. Yvette said:

    Sep 28, 10 at 2:56 PM

    Thanks so much for this simple to follow article! Appreciate your help.

  34. pop up said:

    Oct 09, 10 at 5:09 AM

    Very useful post,I have kept it.

  35. Mark said:

    Nov 15, 10 at 12:49 PM

    Greatly appreciated – than made it very easy.

  36. Redressing said:

    Nov 30, 10 at 5:28 AM

    Thank you! This is brilliant and SO easy to use! Hooray!

  37. Joanne said:

    Nov 30, 10 at 7:48 AM

    Thanks a million for these! This has been on my to do list for ages & I had been putting it off as I thought it would take me ages but your post has made it quick and easy!

    Thank you!

  38. Tarun said:

    Dec 20, 10 at 4:41 AM

    Thank you so much for sharing. It was very helpful.



  39. Tim said:

    Feb 02, 11 at 7:46 PM

    Sweet, good tip have wanted to do that for a long time! you dont have a Youtube icon do you

  40. Ann Roberts said:

    Feb 03, 11 at 9:35 AM

    Thank you for this. I was able to get the icons pasted into my email and the links work but they are too big. I tried the URL referenced above to make them smaller and that is not working for me. Any other suggestions on how to make the icons smaller? Thank you kindly.

  41. Ann Roberts said:

    Feb 03, 11 at 10:05 AM

    Kindly disregard my previous post. I found smaller icons at:

    Thank you for these thorough step by step instructions.

  42. Rebecca said:

    Feb 07, 11 at 1:32 PM

    So easy! The way I had to do it was slightly different, but easy enough to figure out in 5-10 minutes. Thank you!

  43. Keith said:

    Feb 22, 11 at 7:30 AM

    This is so well explained… I’ve been trying to sort this for ages! Thanks!

  44. Allison Menke said:

    Mar 04, 11 at 6:59 AM

    Thank you so much for this!! Simple instructions and easy to follow! Thanks for the detail.

  45. Wendy Burns said:

    Mar 05, 11 at 10:46 AM

    Have have spent hours trying to find out how to do this. Thank you so much for this info, it was most helpful!!!

  46. Tracie said:

    Mar 09, 11 at 4:34 AM

    Thank you so much! This is very detailed and well explained. I appreciate you putting the links for the icons.

  47. Aishling said:

    Mar 09, 11 at 8:18 AM

    Thank you! Very helpful. I am having difficulty placing the icons next to each other. They are currently stacked with space one on top of each other.

  48. Alicia said:

    Mar 10, 11 at 7:35 AM

    I need to do this…just for a FB image for my email signature. Any one know how to do that?

  49. Tim said:

    Mar 23, 11 at 3:38 PM

    Thanks for your help, very easy to follow and makes for a professional looking email

  50. Jackie said:

    Mar 28, 11 at 2:22 PM


    Did you ever figure out how to do this with Outlook Express. I have been trying for the last 4 days, with no luck.


  51. Christian Diez said:

    Apr 06, 11 at 12:14 PM

    Thank you very much for the instructions, great help. Curious, what do you think is the best way to announce the link at the bottom of the signature. I mean to say, is it better to say,
    My profiles: (and have the images)
    Follow us at:
    what do you suggest?

  52. Melissa said:

    Apr 07, 11 at 10:11 AM

    I am using Outlook Express and cannot find any instructions how to get the Social Icons to work on my Signature. Patrice, you stated in August you would look into this problem. I’m assuming there isn’t a way to do it in Outlook Express, being as you didn’t post anything.
    Please help.

  53. Robert said:

    Apr 08, 11 at 5:56 PM

    One of the downsides to attaching an image to your email signature the way that it being described is that you raise the chance of your message being flagged as spam. Also this method causes attachments on the recipient end. If that person doesn’t know you and they see a bunch of attachments they didnt request its not a very professional way to introduce yourself.

  54. Cathryn said:

    Apr 11, 11 at 6:39 PM

    I would like to add social media links to my gmail signature, is this possible? What other types of emails can I add links to besides outlook? Thanks!

  55. Patrice said:

    Apr 12, 11 at 2:02 PM

    So Outlook Express seems to be a little more diffuclt becuase you actually have to have a little HTML know-how. I found this blog that had some good instructions on how to add the images to Outlook Express.

  56. Patrice said:

    Apr 12, 11 at 2:35 PM

    Hi Cathryn,

    I just posted this tutorial on creating the icons with links in Gmail –

    I’ll post a video on that shortly. Hope that helps!

  57. Sarah said:

    Apr 14, 11 at 2:38 AM

    Fabulous – thank you so much!

  58. Donna Tipton said:

    Apr 28, 11 at 7:30 AM

    I have the image showing in my signature and when the mouse goes over it it says “Follow us on FaceBook” but when you click on the image you don’t go to the FaceBook page as desired but instead to our web page. What have I done wrong???
    This is what it looks like:

    Aspen Grove Bed & Breakfast Boarding
    7373 Franklin Rd.
    Boones Mill, VA 24065

    FB image Here

  59. Isabella said:

    Apr 29, 11 at 10:59 AM

    Really helpful, thanks. I went around and around trying to figure out how to do this – thanks for clear instructions and video. I use Office for Mac, but I just followed the routine for setting up a signature and then pasted in the icon I downloaded off your page. The only difference in Office for Mac is you can’t hyperlink an image, just text, so I added “Follow us on Facebook” after the icon and hyperlnked it.

  60. steven said:

    May 04, 11 at 11:09 AM

    looks great

  61. Bob Mandley said:

    May 09, 11 at 12:51 PM

    Has anyone figured out how adding facebook and other social media hyperlinked icons to Outlook 2003 SP3? I’ve tried everything that I can think of and nothing works. Any help would be appreicated. I’m thinking that I may have to write my own html code to get it working.

  62. Alaina said:

    May 16, 11 at 2:28 AM

    I use macmail. Do you know if this can be set up in signatures here?

  63. Patrice said:

    May 16, 11 at 9:53 PM

    I don’t know, I’ll do a little research and see what I find out…

  64. Tina said:

    May 17, 11 at 4:16 AM

    I use Google Mail, do you know how to set up the signature on here?

  65. Patrice said:

    May 17, 11 at 6:37 AM

    Hi Tina – take a look at for information on adding the social media icons to your Gmail Signature. Good luck!

  66. Sherena said:

    Aug 20, 11 at 6:46 AM

    Hi Patrice

    Just wanted to say thank you so much – I just needed a simple way to embed my facebook and twitter hyperlinked icons and the video showed how to do it perfectly. Excellent!

  67. Rob Wallace said:

    Aug 26, 11 at 4:55 AM

    Social email icons on email work for social media marketing.

  68. Lanny Gosal said:

    Aug 28, 11 at 7:15 PM

    Thank you for the video it is really helpful. It also works for outlook 2010.

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  70. Hannah Beckitt said:

    Sep 02, 11 at 4:05 AM

    Have been trawling the web all morning without success. Hotmail just says I have exceeded the size limit when I add any kind of ‘linked’ button for Facebook or Twitter to my personal signature, even when the images are tiny.
    Desperate for an answer as to how I can do it!

  71. Patrice said:

    Sep 02, 11 at 10:52 AM

    Hi Hannah,

    I just sent you an email response too, but we’ll be posting directions for Hotmail Signatures in just a couple of hours. Hope this will help you.


  72. Hannah Beckitt said:

    Sep 02, 11 at 1:34 PM

    Thanks so much, your simple advice worked in Hotmail and I am extremely grateful!

  73. Lori Buckman said:

    Sep 15, 11 at 5:34 AM

    Is there a way to do this that the icons do not show up at a list of attachments to the recipient?

  74. Robin said:

    Sep 26, 11 at 3:15 PM

    I’m trying to create a signature for someone using comcast (not outlook). I’ve gotten the logos in there but when emailed, the logos don’t show up. Thoughts?

  75. Steven Trevaskis said:

    Oct 11, 11 at 2:11 PM

    No Browse wizard pop up . very poor instructions

  76. Patrice said:

    Oct 11, 11 at 2:16 PM


    What version of Outlook are you trying to add these to?


  77. Stephanie said:

    Oct 13, 11 at 5:53 PM

    I’m using Microsoft Windows Mail. I have figured out how to insert Facebook/Twitter/Youtube icons, and I have figured out how to link them.

    My problem is, and it’s not a very big problem, but….once the icons are linked, a blue box appears around the icon.

    Is there any way I can get rid of the blue box?

    I’ve tried inserting this into the html:

    a img {border: none; }

    Which takes away the blue border, but it also takes away the link….

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

    Thank you!

  78. Stephanie said:

    Oct 13, 11 at 6:46 PM

    Figured it out! All about placement in html!!!

  79. Louise said:

    Oct 16, 11 at 2:51 AM

    Hi, please can you tell me how to add the facebook icon to my emails for windows mail

  80. Jan said:

    Oct 27, 11 at 10:55 PM

    Hi this has been really useful and i was successful in adding the icons and the hyperlinks. However when i save it, and i go back to the email, it comes up in the signature without the icons – just the links.
    is it how i am saving it?
    grateful :)

  81. jaq sheraq said:

    Nov 08, 11 at 2:57 AM

    Very helpful tips – Thank you. Just wondering if there are any tips with making the hyperlinks stick when opening from mail within an iphone??? The links work when opened from a MAC or PC, but when opened in mail on an iPhone it shows a prompt to save the picture??? im glued on this one. cheers

  82. Jessica said:

    Nov 17, 11 at 8:58 AM

    This has been very useful. I followed the directions however, when i did a test email to someone it displays all the hyperlinks. Is there away for the hyperlinks not to show up on the recipients side?
    Many Thanks!

  83. Caitlin said:

    Nov 17, 11 at 9:01 AM

    VERY helpful. Thanks. This worked like a charm.

  84. Josue Sanchez said:

    Dec 02, 11 at 8:16 PM


    You make it so clean an simple. Thanks. I will share it with others.


  85. Joy said:

    Dec 08, 11 at 10:56 AM

    Awesome! So very helpful in getting this set up for people in my office. Thanks a million!

  86. Jackie said:

    Dec 18, 11 at 7:13 PM

    Can you do this in yahoo mail?

  87. Charise said:

    Jan 11, 12 at 6:17 PM

    Hi. I have followed the directions to a “T”. When I click on the Facebook Icon in my email signature to check it. The hyperlink opens up to Facebook’s home page. I clearly put the My URL link to My Facebook page but it always goes to the Facebook home page. Anyone know why this is happening? My URL is as follows:
    I would like my Facebook icon to open up to My Facebook page not Facebook’s home page. Please help. Thank You!

  88. Maarten said:

    Jan 20, 12 at 4:22 PM

    You should try this with Outlook for Mac…..doesn’t work. Neither for Apple Mail…

  89. Robert said:

    Jan 20, 12 at 4:37 PM

    I got everything to work following every step however, my FB and TW logos are not coming in clear when I open up a test email that I sent to myself. Any thoughts?

  90. Yashvir Dalaya (@Yashvir) said:

    Feb 06, 12 at 9:50 PM

    Thanks for the article and the video! Very instructive and helpful :)

  91. Rainer said:

    Feb 14, 12 at 6:48 AM

    Thanks for the guideline!
    Everyting works fine (with Outlook 2007), I’ve been placing all icons in 1 line with a space between all of them (I’ve 7 icons in total). Looks all right once the message is composed.
    BUT when I send this email, the FIRST space between the icons will automatically be deleted, all other spaces are fine.
    I’ve been trying to shuffle and copy, but no way to get this bug fixed.
    Unfortunately, I cannot access the underlying HTML/CSS…
    Any idea what could be the fault?

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  93. Steven said:

    May 31, 12 at 4:50 AM

    Very helpful and works great,except when I reply the icons do not show up. I have it set to go in all emails. Any thoughts?

  94. Krista said:

    Jun 06, 12 at 7:44 AM

    Is there a way to get the images to not come up as an attachment? VERY unprofessional.

  95. Glen said:

    Jun 06, 12 at 7:33 PM

    Thanks for this very explicit information. I’m working with Windows 7 (Office 2003) but must be an older version as there is not all the options shown in your video, consequently I don’t have the option with the hyperlink once I’ve inserted the image. Which version are you working with please?
    Many thanks

  96. Sofi said:

    Jun 21, 12 at 1:53 PM

    The Twitter logo has been updated!

  97. Gloria said:

    Jul 19, 12 at 11:26 AM

    Can you please send me instructions on how to add for hotmail?


  98. Patrice said:

    Jul 19, 12 at 11:39 AM

    Hi Gloria,

    Here is the link to our post on Hotmail Signatures –

    Hope it helps!

  99. Patrice said:

    Jul 19, 12 at 11:48 AM

    Hi Steven,

    Sorry for the delayed response. I assume you are using outlook. You have to specify what signature you want to use on a reply email as well. I have a hunch that you have not specified a reply signature and that is why they aren’t showing up.

    If you do have a reply signature set up with the icons, let me know and I’ll try to troubleshoot this further.


  100. Sharon said:

    Aug 01, 12 at 11:06 AM

    Extremely helpful. Much obliged!

  101. Anna said:

    Aug 20, 12 at 10:38 AM

    Thank you so much! I was having trouble before but these instructions are so simple. Great work and much appreciated!

  102. Marketing Girl said:

    Sep 13, 12 at 12:19 PM

    Thank you so much! This directions were simple & really helped me!

  103. Paul said:

    Sep 26, 12 at 5:59 PM

    Help! Any idea how to do this using Windows Live Mail

  104. Karen said:

    Oct 25, 12 at 12:54 PM

    ON STEP 11 ….Once you have the images in the signature, click on one of the images to highlight it. Then click on the “hyperlink” button (it should be the last button on the right)

    QUESTION – I have Microsoft Outlook 2002 and I don’t have a HYPERLINK button. What do I do?

  105. Erica said:

    Oct 26, 12 at 12:54 PM

    Very helpful! Only problem i have is when i open an email with the signauture, the facebook icon is also attached as a photo to download. Aside from allowing it to show in the email, it asks me to download the picture. Any idea of how to get rid of that? thanks

  106. Lori said:

    Nov 01, 12 at 8:01 AM

    SEVERAL people have already posted and the question remains…

    How do you do this without the icons showing up as attachments for the recipient as well as yourself if they reply. They only work on the initial send. The directions that come straight from Microsoft do not address this. Anyone…anyone…Bueller?

  107. Claudia said:

    Nov 12, 12 at 6:43 PM

    FANTASTIC !!! Thanks for providing simple instructions for this. Who would have known it was soooo easy. Works like a charm :-)

  108. A Allen said:

    Nov 27, 12 at 9:10 PM

    I am having trouble creating the link on my signature using Mac OSX Mail. I believe it could be linked to my email service/web provider as to why I am having issues. Do you have any knowledge on the Mail platform? I’ve given a call to the said email service/web provider, but as always they are of no help when it comes to Macs. Thx in advance!

  109. Robin said:

    Dec 05, 12 at 7:44 AM

    I would love to add the Facebook icon to my signature. I have an Apple Mac Book and the outlook instructions don’t apply, any ideas?

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