Transferring a paper contract to an electronic document is now easier than ever with DocuSign Ink. Users can simply capture a photo of the document, upload it to any mobile device, and sign or send it electronically within minutes.
Contributed Post By: - Lahini Arunachalam - Product Manager at DocuSign
We're proud to announce the launch of a new version of the DocuSign for SharePoint 2010 connector! Our goal is to help you close business faster by integrating DocuSign into your existing business processes. We know you use SharePoint as an enterprise platform to aggregate information, collaborate, and manage content centrally. With the DocuSign connector, you can send or sign any document - directly from Microsoft SharePoint!
Some may ask, when would a typical college student need to use electronic signatures? I don’t run my own business, and I don’t have my own clients or customers. However, many would be surprised – just as I was – to discover how DocuSign can provide solutions to an everyday lifestyle.
DocuSign Ink gives users the ability to send documents for remote signature from their mobile devices, but did you know it is also possible to use DocuSign Ink to do in-person signing? Whether you want the extra security of an in-person signature, or whether getting an in-person signature is more convenient than a remote signature, the steps are easy and intuitive.
In-person signing with DocuSign Ink is very similar to remote signing, except the entire process is completed on the sender’s mobile device. Open DocuSign Ink and tap “Sign & Send.”
As a first time DocuSigner, the first thing you are asked to do is adopt a signature. This signature will be placed on a document wherever there is a signing field. If you have not already adopted a signature, this window will prompt you to adopt one.
The signer can select a pre-made stylized signature by selecting “Change Style.” There are many stylized signatures to choose from.