By Ryan Hutnick – Partner Product Manager
It’s that time of the year for one of the biggest developer conferences and, of course DocuSign will be there! Each year, Google I/O 5/15-5/17 (at the Moscone Center) brings thousands of developers into San Francisco to unveil what’s new in the Google ecosystem, brainstorm what’s next, and show off new features and prototypes. It is a great opportunity to build relationships with the developers, partners, investors, and users that make the Google ecosystem so strong (and important), and discuss all things Google. Be sure to tune in to see what’s new with DocuSign and Google!
Come visit DocuSign at our developer sandbox to talk tech, test out what’s new, ask some questions, and provide feedback. We would love to hear from you so be sure to stop by and say HI!
If you use Google for your business or personal needs, check out all the available connectors ready for installation. Connect them to your Google account and get your documents signed today!
Check out a few of our Google partnership products:
With just a few clicks, you can send any document for signature right from Google Drive. Your customers need only a browser or mobile device to review and sign, and once completed, your signed agreement is stored back into Google Drive. No printing, faxing, scanning, and overnighting required! Install the DocuSign for Google Drive app today and eliminate the paper hassle.
With DocuSign for Google Apps (Gmail, Calendar, Google Docs and many more), Google Apps enterprise users can access DocuSign to send envelopes from any application through the MORE link in the upper navigation bar. Furthermore, if you are working in GMail, DocuSign for Google Apps adds a contextual gadget directly in the body of your emails so you can send the attachment for quick, easy sand secure signature.
With the DocuSign Ink App for Android you can sign documents and get signatures quickly and easily from anywhere at anytime. It’s always free for to Sign. Check out the DocuSign Ink App today!
What’s you favorite app or connector for the Google ecosystem? Let us know!