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New Look: Adobe Sign

Do you need a document signed as soon as possible? FilesAnywhere includes DocuSign integration to offer our customers a fast, easy, and secure way to send your documents for signing.

Note: To use DocuSign, you will need an Adobe account. Click here to sign up.

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What Recipients See

Supported File Types

How to Link, Unlink, and Disable Adobe Sign

How to View Your Adobe Sign Agreements

Table of Contents

1. Log into your FilesAnywhere Account

2. Select the file or files that you need to have signed.

3. Mouseover More

4. Mouseover Service Plugins

5. Click Send to Adobe Sign

 

6.  Select the location where you want your Signed Agreement to be saved.

 

7. Enter the name of your Agreement

 

8. At the top of the window select Options.

9.  Enter any options that you would like (This section is optional)

 

10. Go back to the top and select Recipients

11. Enter the Name and email addresses that you want to send the agreement to.

 

12. Click Continue to Adobe Sign

13. Add any fields you need to your Document.

14. Select Send.

 

 

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Advanced Settings

Details

1. Details: The detail screen allows you to name your agreement and put in any additional files.

2. Options:  Here you can add security settings and expiration dates.

3. Recipients: Who you are sending the document to for signing and the order in which signing should occur.

4. Your Email: This is your Adobe account email.

5. Agreement Title: The title that will appear on the agreement.

6. Add Files/Folders: This allows you to add additional files and folders to the Adobe Sign Agreement.

7.  Selection: Select multiple files and folders

8. Row: The order files will appear. Drag and drop to reorder files and folders.

9. Name: The name of files and folders included in the Adobe Sign agreement.

10. Path:  The path where the files are located within the FilesAnywhere account.

12. Size: The current size of the files being sent to Adobe Sign.

12. Remove Selected: Allows you to remove selected files from the agreement.

13. Clear All: Clears all files from the agreement.

14. Location of Signed Agreement: Where the agreement will be saved after signing.

15. Name of the Signed Agreement: The name that the agreement will be saved under.

16. Keep agreement versions of Each event:  This allows you to keep a version for each person signing the agreement as specified.

17: Continue to Adobe Sign: This will send the agreement to Adobe for signing.

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Options

1. Details: The detail screen allows you to name your agreement and put in any additional files.

2. Options:  Here you can add security settings and expiration dates.

3. Recipients: Who you are sending the document to for signing and the order in which signing should occur.

4. Signature Type: You can set the document to show directly in the browser or set it so that the recipient will need to download and reupload the signed document.

5. Signature Order: This allows you to set up the order in which the document is signed.

6. Password: Security that can be set, so that the recipient needs to enter before viewing the agreement.

7. Language: The language that the recipient will see when receiving the document.

8. Remind Recipients to sign: Will Send a notification to the recipient that they have documents waiting to be signed.

9. Continue to Adobe Sign: This will send the agreement to DocuSign for signing.

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Recipients 

1. Details: The detail screen allows you to name your agreement and put in any additional files.

2. Options:  Here you can add security settings and expiration dates.

3. Recipients: Who you are sending the document to for signing and the order in which signing should occur.

4. Signer Email: The email address of any recipients that will need to sign the agreement.  (Note: All email addresses need to be separated by commas)

5. Approver Email: Are allowed to okay a document and add fields before sending it out for signing.

6. CC Email To: Copies the agreement and sends a copy to the entered recipients.

7. Message:  Any additional information that the recipients need to know

8. Continue to Adobe Sign: This will send the agreement to DocuSign for signing.

 

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