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Is it possible to define email signature in Stack Overflow, so I don't have to type "Thanks blah blah" every time I answer a question.

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Nope. SO is a different kind of bird. We dont need the sigs!! – Aseem Gautam Mar 7 '11 at 5:44
Why would you say "thanks" at the end of an answer? – Paŭlo Ebermann Sep 13 '11 at 10:06
I think SO should require you to make a comment when you vote a question down. This is a good question, clear and helpful. It should not have a down vote at all. Thanks for asking it. – baash05 Nov 29 '12 at 1:53
15 downvotes :( I think I am losing all my votes here. :( :( – Tarun Dec 1 '12 at 17:02

Not only does this not exist, but you shouldn't be doing it manually either. See Are taglines & signatures disallowed?:

In general, taglines and signatures are strongly discouraged, and are likely to be edited out. We don't want to clutter up the questions page with a lot of redundant signature blocks and taglines and so forth.

Please use your built in profile, avatar, and username as your signature; that's what they are there for, and every post you make is already "signed" this way!

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Nope - one is built in for you at the end of each question/answer.

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