Addo sign is, in all its simplicity, the ability to send one or more documents for digital signature. Addo Sign can be used in all contexts where a document needs be signed by one or more, and can completely replace the traditional, physical signatures.
It's a document signature made smart - digital, automated, efficient. We want to show you how it works. You will also find a video guide here.
New signature with Addo Sign
From the frontpage, press Send if you are not already there. It is here you always initiate the signing processes, no matter what function you need. To use Sign, tap New Signature.
You can either select the various send options manually, or you can use a template. You can read much more about templates here.
Here you select the receiver(s) who must sign the document(s). You do this by tapping add signers. Then information is added to the signer and the various settings are selected. You can read more about what the different functions and settings mean here.
Under Documents, you can attach the documents that need to be signed and/or approved. The difference between the functions is that documents that must be approved simply require a reading and approval, and a document that needs to be signed requires signing with one of the chosen methods. You can read more about signature methods here.
Recipients of copy
It is also possible to add a copy recipient of the pre-signed document who does not have to sign it. This is done by tapping Add copy recipients. A pop-up box will appear where name and email must be filled out.
The reference number can be used for internal use, to create an overview of various documents sent for signature. The reference number will appear on the overview. It is optional if you want to use a reference number.
Make the procedure even faster by creating templates that you can use for specific types of document signatures. To read more about this, tap here.
It is also possible to send many documents for signature at the same time, to several different signatories. We call it Addo Merge, and is both mass mailing and mail merge. Read much more here.