eSignature Settings

eSignature Settings

This tab (see screenshot below) allows you to control the permitted e-Sign sent by your Department. For instance, if Aadhaar eSign has been toggled off then this signature will not be an option for signatories in the drop-down menu in the signature page.
You will also need to set the ‘Default’ e-Signature for your documents. Only one signature can be assigned as a default.


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