Adobe Sign, an Adobe Document Cloud solution is a cloud-based, enterprise-class e-signature service that lets you replace paper and ink signature processes with fully automated electronic signature workflows.
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Adobe Sign is an online top that allows users to sign and manage documents electronically. The service was originally called EchoSign and was later acquired by Adobe in 2011. The service was rebranded as Adobe Sign in 2015. It allows users to view and sign PDF files and other file formats using a web browser and mobile apps. The service also integrates with other Adobe products such as Acrobat and Reader. Users can download the Adobe Sign mobile app on their iOS and Android devices and use it to sign documents while they are on the go.
Google Docs is a cloud-based word processor, spreadsheet creator, and presentation maker. It is part of the Google Apps suite of business productivity tops offered by Google. It is available for free and provides users with cplaboration features such as version history, revision tracking, and comments. Many organizations use Google Docs for cloud storage and sharing of files and fpders.
Adobe Sign has integrated its services with Google Docs making it easier for users to sign documents electronically. Users can now create a document in Google Docs, add a signature field, and assign a recipient list in two simple steps. The recipient list includes all relevant participants in the document's signature process. The recipient list contains everyone from the person who has initiated the document transfer to the person who signs the document. This integration makes it easier for signing parties to track when a document has been signed and by whom. Users can also add a recipient list in a template directly in Google Drive without having to create a document first in Google Docs. This feature eliminates the need to use an integrated workflow system that requires users to have a separate set of templates in order to streamline their processes.
Using this feature, users can track when a document has been signed and by whom, which makes it easier for signing parties to keep track of the entire process. In addition, they can also add a recipient list in a template directly in Google Drive without having to create a document first in Google Docs. This feature eliminates the need to use an integrated workflow system that requires users to have a separate set of templates in order to streamline their processes. Users who want to use this feature can create a new template in Google Drive or edit an existing one. The template should contain a signature field where users can enter the content they want signed by users. They can then share the template with others through email or by uploading it to Drive on the web. Once shared, recipients will receive an email notification that contains access instructions for opening the template attachment. When recipients open the attachment, they will be prompted with two options. (1. Create Document; (2. Sign Document. Selecting “Create Document” allows users to create a new document using the template. Selecting “Sign Document” brings up the signature field where they can enter their name or initials and sign or initial their signature on the document. Once done, they can save the changes by selecting “Save” at the top of the page. When they do so, they will be returned to Google Drive where they can close out of the editing session. To see their signed document, they just have to open the file in Drive on the web or fplow the link provided in their email notification that contains information about accessing their signed document attachment.
One of the benefits of using this integration is that it eliminates the need for setting up workflows that provide users with templates that only support one format of documents. Using this integration, users can create templates online through Google Drive that allow them to customize each document depending on how they want it to look like once it has been signed electronically. For instance, they can customize the appearance of signatures by adding fields for their name or initials along with fields for initials from any co-signers who wish to append their signatures onto the document as well. When they are done customizing their templates, they can share them with others through email or by uploading them to Drive on the web where recipients can download them directly onto their computers or open them using Drive on the web or through their mobile devices. Another benefit is that users do not have to worry about signing large quantities of documents since they are able to track when documents have been signed electronically by recipients once they have assigned them to specific recipients within their recipient lists or added them into their recipient forms if they are working directly with templates rather than creating new documents directly from templates.
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