Setting up an automated eSign

Setting up an automated eSign

  1. After setting up your Virtual Signature and Document Signer Certificate, hover your mouse on the down arrow and click on "enable Automated eSigning"



  2. Set up your Automated eSign by entering a Passkey and checking the consent box. Once your automated eSign is set up you will be able to affix the same on a document using the secret passkey. 



    Automated e-Signing allows you to authenticate documents using Virtual signature and Document Signer Certificate automatically, within 30 seconds of you sending an invitation to self-sign any document.


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