DocuSign Spring ‘13 Release Announcement
As a part of our Spring '13 release DocuSign will deliver the following enhancements on May 17th. . We’re offering our customers this preview of key new capabilities.
DocuSign Design Updates- Now for Signers
DocuSign launched a new look and feel for senders in August, 2012 to make DocuSign even easier and more pleasing to use. This new look and feel becomes available to signers as well in this upcoming release. Steps and actions remain the same but the style of buttons, navigation and page layouts will now match the visual design available today in the sending console interface.
Improved Mobile Web Experience
DocuSign optimizes the signing experience for mobile devices. In this release DocuSign will deliver an improved visual design to make signing on a mobile device even easier. You will see simplified steps for signature capture, improved support for customer branding as well as performance improvements. Initial availability targets iPhone and potentially iPad platforms.
Accessibility Reading Zones
DocuSign introduced accessibility capabilities in our Fall ‘12 release designed to help screen reader users sign documents using DocuSign. With this upcoming release DocuSign adds the ability for senders to specify reading zones to help ensure screen reader users navigate documents most appropriately.
External Document Source Setting
DocuSign supports accessing documents from external sources including Box, DropBox, Evernote, Google docs, salesforce.com and SkyDrive. This new setting let’s DocuSign administrators control the list of external document sources available to users in the account.
Branding - Consumer Disclosure
As a part of DocuSign’s Winter ’13 release, we delivered support for multiple brand profiles to help you ensure your recipients can easily identify documents coming from your organization. With this release, your brand profiles can now also set the company name field in the consumer disclosure.
DocuSign for Salesforce 4.0(Target release timeframe: April)
DocuSign extends our current support for localized sending to DocuSign for Salesforce. In this upcoming release simply login to DocuSign for Salesforce and use any of ten languages in addition to US English. The 10 additional localized sending languages include: Japanese, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Korean, Portuguese and Dutch.
Also new for DocuSign for Salesforce, you will get the ability to ensure the entire signing experience matches your document language. With this upcoming release, users will be able to specify the email invitation and signing experience language when sending documents, ensuring recipients get a unified language experience.
DocuSign for NetSuite 2.1
DocuSign initially launched our DocuSign for NetSuite connector earlier this year. Two additional releases rapidly follow:
DocuSign for NetSuite 2.0 delivered on March 1, 2013 includes:
- DocuSign Send/Sign buttons can now be installed in more objects within NetSuite
- Ability to specify a default email subject and what contact information is included in the envelope
- Administrative control over which objects can show DocuSign buttons
- Option to include DocuSign Send/Sign button on other custom objects
Upcoming improvements to DocuSign for NetSuite 2.1 (target delivery April) include:
- Create DocuSign for NetSuite custom buttons to automate customer specific tasks