Add iCloud to your Dock But that doesn't mean your iCloud account is locked out of your Chromebook. By logging into iCloud.com through a browser, you'll get access to Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Photos, Notes, Reminders, and iCloud Drive, as well as Pages, Numbers, Keynote and the Find My apps.
Create an email signature
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Create an email alias
In iOS, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud, tap Mail and turn it on, and then follow the instructions that appear. With macOS, open the iCloud preference pane and check the box next to Mail. macOS prompts you to create an address.
Sign in with your defunct email address and your password. Under the Account section, click Edit. Click Change Apple ID under the Apple ID section. Enter the email address you'd like to use as your new Apple ID.
At the top menu, click on "Spark" > "Add Account…" When you see the Sign in with iCloud screen, enter your iCloud email and app-specific password and click Next. Then, click on the blue "Allow" button to grant Spark access to your email account, so you can use your iCloud within Spark.
Simply point your browser to iCloud.com and log in. You'll see a list of available iCloud services, including iCloud Drive and iCloud Photos. This interface works in any web browser, so you can use it on Chromebooks and Linux PCs, too.
Accessing iCloud in a Browser Simply point your browser to iCloud.com and log in. You'll see a list of available iCloud services, including iCloud Drive and iCloud Photos. This interface works in any web browser, so you can use it on Chromebooks and Linux PCs, too.
If you don't want to set up iCloud on your device or are using someone else's device (including a Chromebook device), your iCloud Photos library is accessible from a web browser.
Tap Add account at the bottom of the page.
Create an email signature in Mail on iCloud.com
Open Outlook iOS App on your iPhone device. Go to Settings >Add Mail Account and select "Add Email Account" (Outlook, Gmail, Exchange, iCloud). Enter your iCloud account email address, for example "[email protected]" and then select Add Account.
at the top of the Mailboxes list, then choose Preferences. Click Composing, scroll down, select “Add a signature,” then type your signature text. Click Done.