Outlook for Windows is introducing e-mail signatures that will be stored in the cloud rather than being stored locally on your Windows device.
What does this mean for me?
Traditionally, your email signatures have always been stored locally on your Windows device.
With this new feature, signatures will now be associated with an email account (rather than a specific device). That means that your signatures will be stored in the mailbox in the cloud, and will be available on any devices running Outlook for Windows that has been configured with your email account.
In other words, it will ensure you have consistency in your email footer across all devices.
How will it work?
When the feature becomes available, Outlook will read the existing local signatures stored on your device. Outlook will then copy signatures selected as default for New messages or Replies/forwards to the account mailbox, making them available across multiple devices.
The update, which is expected to roll out at the end of July and throughout August, will be on as default.