More Options to Add a Signature

More Options to Add a Signature

Premium, Work, and School license users can now sign using their computers and smart phones. We have recently updated the Sign Document feature which allows users to directly create a signature straight to the document. In addition to file upload, users can create a signature using a computer (mouse or trackpad) or a smartphone.

Option 1: Upload a File

  1. Create an image file of your signature. You can do this by signing on paper > scan > edit (removing the background) > save to computer
  2. Click ‘Sign Document’ icon sign icon on the toolbar.
  3. Select ‘Upload Image’.
  4. Select file > ‘Insert’
  5. Place your signature on the document.

upload signature

Option 2: Signing using mouse/trackpad

  1. Click ‘Sign Document’ icon sign icon on the toolbar.
  2. Select ‘Draw Signature’.
  3. Draw a signature on the draw pad.
  4. Click ‘Upload’ then place your signature on the document.

draw computer

Option 3: Smart Phone

  1. Click ‘Sign Document’ icon sign icon on the toolbar.
  2. Select ‘Draw Signature on Phone’.
  3. Copy link or type your email address and click ‘Email me link’.
  4. Click ‘Upload’ then place your signature on the document.

mobile phone signature

 

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  • StephenT

    Just used the smart phone option.
    Works brilliantly!

  • Caio Ramos

    How can i save images in drawpad? I save and try open in ubuntu shows Error interpreting JPEG image file (Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x64 0x61) :/

    .controller(‘SignatureCtrl’, function($scope, $cordovaFile) {
    var canvas = document.getElementById(‘signatureCanvas’);
    var signaturePad = new SignaturePad(canvas);
    var assinatura = {};

    $scope.clearCanvas = function() {
    signaturePad.clear();
    }
    $scope.saveCanvas = function() {
    var sigImg = signaturePad.toDataURL();
    $scope.signature = sigImg;
    console.log(sigImg);
    assinatura.save(sigImg);
    }
    assinatura.save = function(sigImg)
    {
    $cordovaFile.writeFile(cordova.file.externalApplicationStorageDirectory, “assinatura.jpg”, sigImg, true).then
    (
    function(result){
    console.log(“sucesso”);
    },
    function(err){
    console.log(“erro”, err);
    }
    )
    }
    })