How to request and send images as part of the signature process with Signaturit

Posted by media on June 20, 2017 at 9:00 AM

Sending an image, for example of an identity card, a driver's license or of any certificate, can be used in addition to a signature request, as an additional authentication method of a signer. Another use case of requesting an image from your clients during the signing process: if you want them to embed their photo, for example, in the document that they have to sign.

For both use cases, in Signaturit we offer two options to send images within the same signature process. With each option we cover a use case, in a fast, safe and legal way.

If you want to know how to request that your customers send an image as part of the signature process, and how they can do so, we encourage you to read this post.

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Certify the delivery of your documents by using your email and a PIN code via SMS

Posted by media on May 18, 2017 at 9:00 AM

The simple signature is ideal to guarantee and certify that a file has been correctly received. In addition, you ensure that the receiver agrees with the content. The process to certify a communication with Signaturit is fast: you only need to upload the document to our platform and send it from there. The receiver, on the other hand, must only accept the terms and conditions so that the simple signature process is completed.

In case of a signing process where there are higher legal risks, visit this link to get more information about the advanced electronic signature.

Thanks to this simplicity, the simple signature is ideal for the fastest processes. The receiver approves the established conditions and the correct receival of the document is certified. In addition, a second layer of verification can be added. That’s what we would like to explain in this post: a PIN code sent via SMS (also known as an OTP - one time password).

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How to manage your contacts in Signaturit

Posted by media on April 4, 2017 at 9:00 AM

Having your contact list updated in Signaturit can enormously speed up and facilitate the process of editing and sending documents to sign. This best practice, in addition to bringing all of your contacts to the same place, will allow you to add recipients with just one click, without needing to write names or email addresses.

Do you want to learn more about how to speed up sending documents to sign, quickly managing your contacts? We explain everything you need to know in this post.

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How to create and manage a work team in Signaturit?

Posted by media on March 9, 2017 at 9:00 AM

In this tutorial we will explain how to create and manage a work team in Signaturit.

The reason we decided to create the “Team” feature is because many of our customers need more than one person inside their organization or department to send documents and contracts to sign and manage signature requests, whether the recipients are customers, providers or employees themselves.

Below we detail how to create and manage a work team in Signaturit, which roles can be given to the members of the same team and what permissions each role has. If you are thinking of speeding up the signature requests in your company or department, you'll be interested to learn more about this feature.

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VIDEO: How to use Signaturit’s advanced email features

Posted by media on December 11, 2015 at 9:00 AM

With Signaturit's advanced email features you can send documents to sign through your email account to multiple people at a time and/or to specify which pages need to be signed.

To use Signaturit's advanced features you don't need to download any applications. You just need to have internet access.

In the following video we explain how to use these features to send documents to sign with Signaturit from your email account, easily and efficiently:

This video is also available in Spanish.

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