On an iPhone, you can integrate the Gmail app with G Suite easily.
Just add your account and voila! There you go! Once you’ve added your account, you will see your emails among other documents and products.
By default, the Gmail app will use the email signature that you’ve added to G Suite via Xink, and use this when sending emails.
- It works like a gateway solution, meaning the signature is added as the email is sent.
- It is not visible while composing the email, but it is received and displayed to the recipient.
If the “Mobile Signature” setting is “On,” then you can write your own signature, but as stated above, this signature will not be displayed when you are composing your email message (in other words, you won’t see it, but know that it’s there). But it is added as the email is sent.
When replying to emails in an email thread, the signature will be added to the bottom of the email.
Hence, you will have signature stacking. All of these limitations are the fault of G Suite alone.
Trust us, we wish we had more control over how Google displays and formats its email signatures! Unfortunately, it’s take it or leave it.