Feature Friday: Email to Electronic Signature and DocuSign on iPad
This Friday, we have TWO great electronic signature features to discuss. Both of these features were made available with DocuSign's Spring '10 release.
How many of us get email attachments asking us for signature? Why print, sign and fax if you can just forward the email with...
Email to Electronic Signature
How To use Email to Electronic Signature
- Forward an existing email or create a new email. Fill out the Subject with the subject you want to use for the DocuSign envelope, add a message, and attach the document(s) to be signed. Send the email to DocuSign at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- DocuSign takes your email and creates a draft envelope with all the attachments added as the documents for the envelope, the
- email subject you sent becomes the envelope Subject, and message is added as the envelope message.
- After creating the draft envelope, DocuSign sends an email to you with a link to the draft envelope.
Follow the link to your envelope - you'll need to log into to your console to get to the draft envelope. Add the recipients and Stick-e-Tabs as you would normally. Review, send and done - you've sent an envelope with Email to Electronic Signature!
iPad & iPhone Support
You just bought an iPad! Of course we support it! While the DocuSign iPad app and iPhone app are currently in beta (which also works on the iPhone 4!), DocuSign does work on the iPad and iPhone with Designed for Mobile. We also offer best practices in a previous blog post on how to use DocuSign on your iPad! Designed for Mobile also works on your BlackBerry, Google Android (including Droid 2), and Windows Mobile devices as well.
Stay tuned for more information on DocuSign for iPad!
This double feature Feature Friday was inspired by you and our customers! Have other features or questions about how to use DocuSign? Register for our weekly Quick Start electronic signature webinar or leave me a comment about what you'd like to see!