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Set up and edit email signatures for other users

In some cases it would be useful to be able to set up and edit signatures for other users, whenever Marketing sets up automated emails for sales or account management.
Either those colleagues are not active users at the moment, or Marketing simply knows best how to quickly set up and edit signatures, which saves a lot of time.

At the moment there are two workarounds 
1) Add the colleagues as users to HubSpot, set the user permissions you want or don't want them to have, and work with them individually to create signatures in the profile section of the portal. This takes a lof of time thinking of a global organisation and more than three colleagues. 
2) Add a from name and a from e-mail address to an e-mail without adding the actual person as a user in the portal and creating manually create or copy and paste that person's signature into the e-mail body. This cannot be used for automated emails. 

We in Marketing do need to be able to set up and edit email signatures for other users. 

Regular Contributor

Please please please!! I am Marketing and want to set these up centrally.


A very pro cool feautre would also be if I could push out a marketing message to add below signatures which could be changed any time e.g. check out new research launched this month click here or check out this months hot offer.

New Contributor

I agree, adding an image and a link to a conference for all users, without them having to do it manually will be a very nice feature


Definitely! Trying to get 50+ sales pros to add their signature without multiple email reminders and calls is a challenge. Sometimes it is much easier to just add it for them. I would also like to see custom user properties, Sometimes you may want to use an owner attribute to the email body and it's currently not possible.