Add social media links to email signature?

Good evening,

I’m trying to figure out a way to set up my email signature to include custom graphics / links which would be linking to our social media pages (facebook / twitter etc.).

I can’t find any way to actually insert custom HTML into an email signature and all help threads and articles about it online are pointing to an older version of infusionsoft where this functionality was visible.

So my quesrtion boils down to, can I insert custom HTML into my email signature?

Hi James, That is a great question. You can use the social media snippets below you signature in the builder and then save that as a template to use

OR you can use the HTML block to create a signature instead of the Signature block. Currently we don’t have an HTML feature specifically for Signatures.

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Hi Amanda, thankyou very much for your reply.

I was looking for a way to actually modify the email signature block itself, rather than adding the social media icons block in new emails or using custom HTML. This is mainly because I have a bunch of emails already running on different campaigns, however each email is attached with the contact owner’s email signature. I need to be able to have different social media links for different contract owners and I don’t think this is possible with the method you described, unless we use custom fields for social media links and merge them into the links.

This would also require me to remake a large number of emails, and manually add a social media block to each one. I would have preferred if there was a way to quickly modify the signature block that infusionsoft inserts for the contact owner to contain the social media icons directly. Please let me know if this is something that can be done.

@James_Clark, do you have acces to the Signatures (legacy) block in your app?

If so, then you can just have your users/owners fill this out with their social media profiles…I used this website to grab some HTML to make it look nice and then tweaked the code a bit to make it work. For example, for Twitter it would look like this:

<style type="text/css">
  #share-buttons img {
    width: 35px;
    padding: 5px;
    border: 0;
    box-shadow: 0;
    display: inline;
<div id="share-buttons">
  <a href="" target="_blank">
    <img src="" alt="Twitter" />

Once you have all the social media profile HTML set for each user, you just need to insert the legacy html signature merge field into your email like so…


The result will look like the following:

You just have to make sure you are assigning each contact to a user before sending the email (which it sounds like you are already doing) in the campaign.

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Hey there, No it does not seem that I have access to the Legacy signature section: