Steps to customize emails using Stationery in Mail for Mac

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Stationery is a great feature for macOS Sierra that allows you to add style and customization to emails sent from the Mail app on your Mac. The Stationery offers a variety of customization options to make your emails more exciting including themes, announcements, sentiments, gifts, parties and much more. If you find simple text and white background in the Mail app boring, Stationery is really worth your shot.

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In this step-by-step guide, we will show you how you can to stylize and customize emails using Stationery in Mail app for Mac. Before we get started, make sure that you are running a modern version of Mail in macOS Sierra.

Steps to stylize and personalize emails using Stationery in Mail for Mac

Step one: First off, you have to launch the Mail app from the Menu bar or Dock on your Mac

Step two: Next up, compose a new email as you’d always do. Make sure that you fill in details before sending your email

Step three: You now need to click the Stationery button located at the top right corner of the email composition window

Step four: From here, you will be presented with various Stationery styles. Once you click on a stationery style, it will instantly be applied to your email

Step five: Select your favorite Stationery style and click the Send button to send your email

That’s it! Stationery feature offers a fun way to stylize and personalize your emails for big events like birthdays, New Year, and more.

Once you have successfully sent your email, the recipient can easily open the email with stationery styles without having to worry about what email client they are using. However, ensure that their email client supports built-in images and HTML.

As mentioned above, Stationery feature requires a modern version of macOS, so make sure that you are now running macOS Sierra 10.12 or later before proceeding.

Also read: Here is how you can enable week numbers in Calendar for iPhone and iPad

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