Smartphones Turned Signature Pads
Each signer can utilize one of three real-time, mobile signing options: a QR-code, text-to-sign, or email-to-sign. A matter of user preference, each option populates a signing pad onto the user’s smartphone. After signing with their finger or a stylus, signers submit their smartphone signatures and, within seconds, it appears on the e-document’s requested dotted line.
What’s a QR Code?
With the camera app open, point your smartphone at the QR code. A pop-up will asked to be opened, and your phone will turn into a signature pad.
From the email users have registered with TrueSign, a PDF version of a document can be emailed to Sign@TrueSign.com. TrueSign then sends the user a follow-up email asking if they would like to “sign” or “design” the document. Click “sign” to be taken into your TrueSign account and simply apply your own electronic signature. To send to additional signers or modify the document with anchors, date lines, etc., click into “design.”
Document Templates Library
Every type of various signing form, both internal and external, is templated for eSigning only once before its saved and housed in a drop-down library for future use. Whenever needed, the template can be selected, modified if necessary, and securely emailed on to requested signers. This also works in reverse so, if a TrueSign user receives a templated document, that template is also remembered.
Internal & External Signing
TrueSign is not exclusive to TrueSign-only users and is ideal when trading off between other TrueSign-registered users (such as staff) and external vendors, customers, constituents, etc. Whether registered or not, TrueSign consistently provides easy use, innate security measures and variety of mobile and real-time signing options.
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