Navigate to Email
From your HubSpot Dashboard, navigate to Content > Email.
Manage Email Settings
Once in the Email tool, on the left-hand side, click on the link to Manage Settings.
Email Settings > Footer Information
Once in your Email settings, you'll see on the left-hand side that you're automatically taken to the Footer Information section.
Add postal address
Within the Email Footer Information area, you'll see multiple empty text box fields. Very similarly to filling out a HubSpot form, you'll want to go through the fields here and enter your information into as many fields as possible. Of course, not all fields are required, but there are four that are: Company Name, Address, City, and State. All required fields are marked with asterisks next to the label (highlighted below). And, of course, make sure you Save changes once you're done.
You can see that there is also phone number and zip code, which isn't required but additional information is always helpful to have as much information as possible in your email footer.
Adding your address here in your email settings means you only have to set up this address once and whenever you navigate to write a new email to your contacts, the address you specify in your email settings will automatically populate within the email footer.
Multiple email footers (Enterprise only)
If you have the Enterprise subscription of HubSpot, the picture above may look a little different. With the Enterprise subscription of HubSpot, you have the choice to make and choose from multiple email footers. This is particularly useful if your company has multiple locations and want to ensure you utilize the correct locations in the footer of your emails. The Email Footer Information will give you a couple extra options in the Enterprise edition. The first additions you'll see are in Office Locations and Office Location Name.
Office Locations is a dropdown menu that will allow you to select which office location you would like to take a look at and edit, if needed.
To add a new email footer in this section, click New set and create another Office Location and Office Name with your additional postal address.
Once you've entered in the information for your next office location and all the required fields, Save changes.
When you have multiple options for your footer information, take note that you can decide to choose a location and Make default as well as the option to Delete this set.
By setting up these multiple email footers, when you navigate to write your email, you'll be given a choice of which email footer you'd like to use. When you're in your email editor, composing a new email, you'll see a dropdown to choose which email footer you'd like to use for that particular email send:
This Enterprise feature is also ideal for organizations that send emails in more than one language.