We are committed to making electronic signing with SignRequest a great experience. We have added and changed some features to optimize your signing process. Learn all about these updates in this article.
With one simple setting, you can now automatically backup your signed documents in your Dropbox account. Of course, you will also still have access to them in your SignRequest account.
Improved email designs
The signing process will now be even easier with our new and improved email designs. It guides your signers through the process with extra explanations.
Signing log update
Not only did we improve the look and feel of the signing log, it now also contains a record of the message that accompanied your SignRequest.
We changed the default signing method from drawing to typing, enhancing the ease of signing. You can change this back to drawing in your own account by disabling the type signature. Do let us know which you prefer! Find out how to change these settings here.
Find an easy overview of all SignRequests sent and received, including reminders, in My Documents. It now also includes the messages that accompanied the requests.
Make it mandatory for signers to add an attachment when signing. This used to be optional for signers. This will help you and them make sure they don’t forget the attachment. (link naar help artikel)
You can now secure your documents with a password. The signers will have to provide this password to access the document you sent. This does require the sender to separately send the password to the signer. (link naar help)
Default team settings
In your team settings, it is possible to set a default landing page, subject line and message. It will always be possible to change these settings or overwrite the default in individual SignRequests. The landing page is what is shown after completing the signing process. This will be a good place to add a custom “Thank you”-message. (link naar help)
Automatically send a document to hundreds or even thousands of signers by using the new bulk send options e.g. easily importing data from Excel files. (link)
Double the security by adding two-factor authentication. (link)
In the template tags you can now define if it’s a required field, add a name and add an ID. For more information on template tags have a look here.