Feature Friday: Collaborate to Close and Email to e-Signature
Happy Halloween Everyone! Today's Feature Friday is a special one! Since it's the end of the month and we're all trying to get our documents e-signed and our deals done, let's take a look at two features that will help you get the electronic signatures you need.
Collaborate to Close
You can enable last minute negotiation with DocuSign's new Collaboration services. Signers can make those last minute minor tweaks - a new closing date, a change in delivery address and do so with the assurance that the world's most watchful transaction management system will make sure everyone initials to accept the changes so there are no surprises.
If you've ever dealt with a fax of a fax of a fax, you will appreciate the speed, cleanliness and security of DocuSign Collaboration.
Email to E-Signature
Did you get documents for signature as an email attachment? Instead of saving and then uploading them to your DocuSign console, you can create a draft envelope directly from your email! Remember to send from the email account associated with your DocuSign account.
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: email@example.com.
- 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!
These two features can help you get your documents in minutes, not days! We hope you have a happy, safe and fun-filled Halloween!