Email clients, including Outlook, are now a common problem: e-mail signatures work frustratingly, especially for users who have the same email account configured on multiple devices. To solve this problem, Microsoft is working to store email signatures in the cloud, which means you only need to create them once to sync to other devices through your Microsoft account.
Currently, if you have an email signature configured on the Outlook client of your Windows PC, you’ll need to reconfigure it when you use Outlook on macOS, Android, and iPhones. This means that signatures are not cross-platform.
Temporary solutions naturally also happen, such as themedia SoftPedia editor created a text document with his personal signature and uploaded it to OneDrive, so every time I configure an email on a new device, just start the text document, copy the signature, and paste it into Outlook.
But now Microsoft is trying to integrate email signatures with cloud sync, solving this problem once and for all. Microsoft said the feature is currently in the process of being released by June 2020. For now, Outlook for Windows is the first product to get cloud signature support.