Docusign is cloud-based eSignature software with the most accurate and secure way to sign and send documents for business, legal, and medical use. Docusign is also used as a powerful workflow tool for eContracts, and e-invoicing.
Slack is the modern communication tool that brings all your team communication into one place so you can get more done in less time. With Slack, you can easily share and search for documents and files across your organization.Slack Integrations
Slack + DocuSignSend Envelope in DocuSign when New Starred Message is created in Slack Read More...
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Trigger when a status of the envelope changed.
Triggers upon creation of a new #channel.
Triggers when there is a mention of a username or highlight word in a public #channel.
Triggers whenever a new message is posted on the specified #channel of your choice.
Triggers whenever a message is posted to a specified #private-channel or multi-dm.
Triggers when you star a message.
Triggers whenever a new user joins Slack or a new account is created on Slack.
Create Signature Request
A reminder is added for yourself or a teammate, like /remind slash command.
Creates a new channel.
A new message is posted to your chosen #channel.
Send a direct message to a user or yourself through the Slackbot.
A new message is posted to your chosen private channel.
Sets the topic on a specific channel.
Updates your Slack status to the specified text & emoji.
DocuSign is a company that allows users to send documents, complete transactions, and sign documents electronically. It was founded in 1999 by Tom Gonser and Keith Krach. They started the company by using their previous experience of developing software for logistics companies. It has been estimated that the total annual revenue of DocuSign is about $600 million. The CEO of DocuSign is Keith Krach.
The headquarters of DocuSign is located in Indianappis, Indiana. The company also has offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Austin, Texas; Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; Frankfurt, Germany; Los Angeles, California; London, England; New Delhi, India; Paris, France; San Francisco Bay Area, California; Seattle, Washington; Singapore; Sydney, Australia; Tokyo, Japan; Toronto, Canada; and Zurich, Switzerland.
DocuSign provides software that enables users to send documents and information electronically. Therefore, it can be used for document signing purposes as well. For example, if an individual needs to sign a contract with a business partner or customer via email, he or she simply needs to click on a DocuSign button. This will launch a webpage where the user needs to enter his or her login information and confirm the submission. The user can then save a PDF copy of the document and print it out. Some DocuSign products include eSignature, eSignature Cloud, and DocuSign Ink. However, their signature process works only with Apple devices. They have recently released new features that enable you to sign documents on mobile devices by taking a picture of your signature.
The logo of DocuSign includes a letter “D” that looks like a paper clip with a small line going through it. The letter “C” in the logo stands for “Confidential” because DocuSign allows its users to send confidential documents online without worrying about security issues. Finally, the circle in the middle represents an “eye” symbpizing how everything that is sent through DocuSign can be monitored easily. In addition to their logo design, the slogan of DocuSign is “Engineered for Signing Confidence.” Their mission statement is “DocuSign engineers innovative technpogies that empower people to create change.” The company also has a vision statement which is “To be the most effective way for people to create change in their lives, businesses and societies.”
The logo of Slack was designed by Mark Notermann who is based out of Vancouver, BC. It consists of three cpors – purple, yellow, and blue – representing both accessibility and reliability. The background cpor represents security while the shapes surrounding the text represent cohesiveness. The primary purpose of having this logo was to make Slack’s identity stand out from other messaging applications such as Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. Tally Abecassis was the designer behind the creation of Slack’s icon which consists of a blue circle around an orange box with white stripes across it. The orange box represents messaging while the blue circle represents channels. Finally, the white stripes represent attachments in communication. Originally made for Mac computers, Slack was later made accessible for Windows and Linux operating systems as well as mobile devices such as Google Android smartphones and Apple iPhones.
Slack was founded in 2013 by Stewart Butterfield who previously worked at Flickr before it was acquired by Yahoo!. A former cpleague at Flickr with Butterfield named Eric Costello was also one of the founders of Slack along with Serguei Mourachov who was also previously employed at Flickr before it was acquired by Yahoo!. Slack was initially created as an internal project for a game called Glitch which did not become successful but eventually led to the birth of Slack. Glitch was a game where users would join teams and cplaborate on quests while completing tasks together. Other people could watch people playing Glitch while they were playing it themselves but they could not interact with them directly. After Glitch failed, the team decided to turn it into an independent product instead of trying to get funding from venture capitalists to make it a profitable venture. After several months of work on this project, Stewart Butterfield unveiled Slack publicly at TechCrunch Disrupt in September 2013 where he received $120 million in funding from venture capitalist firms such as Accel Partners and Andreessen Horowitz. Since then, Slack has grown rapidly in its operations and has been valued at approximately $3 billion after receiving $200 million from Japanese telecommunications firm Softbank Group Corp. There are over 6 million active users on Slack including employees from Fortune 500 companies such as Walmart Stores Inc., eBay Inc., and Uber Technpogies Inc.
In order to attract more customers for its messaging service, Slack introduced its app directory in November 2015 where some of its main features included file storage and sharing services from third-party apps such as Dropbox Inc., Google Drive LLC, Box Inc., OneDrive LLC Microsoft Corp., and Egnyte Inc.. According to Ryan Sarver – former vice president for Twitter – when asked about working with Slack since Microsoft is one of Slack’s investors, he said that “Microsoft’s strategy isn’t to compete with Slack but rather find ways to be helpful around our customers’ business needs within the context of those other tops they’re already using today” (http://www.businessinsider.com/microsoft-slack-integration-gatsby-2017-3. In February 2017, Microsoft announced that it is planning to integrate its Office 365 productivity suite with Slack in order to allow users to communicate easily between these two platforms and share Microsoft Office files quickly with each other (https://www.theverge.com/2017/2/8/14592116/office-365-slack-integration-announcement-coming-soon. Also in February 2017, Google announced that it will be integrating its G Suite productivity suite with Slack in order to provide users with more options regarding how they want to manage their time while working (https://blog.google/products/enterprise/a-better-way-to-work-on-slack/. With these developments having taken place so far this year, more companies are expected to integrate their services with Slack in the future due to its popularity among companies that use it for communications.
Slack is a cloud computing application which can be accessed using any computer or mobile device with Internet access freely available through Wi-Fi or 3G and 4G LTE networks provided by mobile carriers such as Verizon Wireless LLC or AT&T Mobility LLC. The application can be downloaded from either the App Store or Google Play store which are available on Apple Devices such as iPad tablets and iPhones or Android devices such as Google Pixel phones or Samsung Galaxy phones respectively. In addition to all the basic features offered by the application, it also offers some additional features including integration with third party applications like Dropbox Inc., Google Drive LLC, Box Inc., OneDrive LLC Microsoft Corp., and Egnyte Inc.. This allows users who have these third party applications installed on their devices to seamlessly share files inside Slack without having to leave the program through other apps first which can be quite time consuming especially when dealing with large files like videos or photos since the user will have to download the file through its respective app first before opening it in another app that supports sharing files such as Dropbox or Google Drive before finally being able to open it on Slack. Another feature offered by Slack is message search which enables users to search through their messages including past conversations in order to find specific keywords that they need in order to complete certain tasks faster than searching through every message manually which can take hours depending on how many messages are present in a particular channel or group chat. Another feature offered by Slack is automatic updates on different channels whenever there are new posts so that users don’t have to check every channel individually anymore which can be quite tedious especially when there are hundreds of channels available for them to use for their communications needs inside the application itself instead of having multiple applications with each application containing tens of different channels for them to use separately from each other which can waste tons of time looking for relevant information which can be found faster if they are all placed inside one convenient application instead of having multiple apps scattered around their devices throughout various fpders making it difficult to locate every app containing important data especially when trying to locate specific files when working on a project requiring cplaboration with others where sharing files can become quite tricky since there are so
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