A guide for eSignAnyWhere signers
- 1 Types of Signers
- 2 Default Use Case
- 3 Signature Types
- 4 Optional Features
Types of Signers
There are two types of signers:
- Anonymous Signer: User has no account on the eSignAnywhere Platform
- Registered Signer: User has an account on the eSignAnywhere Platform
Default Use Case
The default use case for a signer is very simple. The signer receives an email with a link to the document. The signer has to open the link and sign the document. He is guided through the document by eSAW.
Signer receives an email
Signer opens the link to get to the document. The layout is dynamic, to use the available area efficiently.
Signing the document
The signer signs the document by clicking on the signature field or using the guiding.
Finishing the document
Downloading of the Document
Optional download of the document
Click 2 Sign
This is the simplest signature type, the signer has just to click on the signature field to sign it.
Draw 2 Sign
This type allows the signer to draw his signature by mouse, finger or pen. Just an image of his signature is created and embedded into the document.
Type 2 Sign
With this type the signer has to type in his name to sign the signature field.
There are two ways to sign with a biometric signature in eSignAnyWhere:
- SignAnyWhere App for iOS and Android
- Browser with SIGNificant SignOnPhone App for iOS, Android and Windows
(1) SignAnyWhere App
The signer uses a smartphone or tablet with the preinstalled SignAnyWhere App. When the signer opens the SignAnyWhere App Link of the email the app will start automatically and loading the document. The biometric signature is nativly recorded and encrypted on the tablet or smartphone via the SignAnyWhere App.
(2) Browser (PC) with SIGNificant SignOnPhone App
The Biometric Signature requires a smartphone or tablet with the SIGNificant SignOnPhone App. The App is used to record the biometric signature. The smartphone or tablet is required because of security reasons to ensure high encryption and security of the biometric data. The App is available for free download in the App-Stores of iOS, Android and Windows.
If the Signature Disclosure is used, the signer will just get access to the document if he accepts the Signature Disclosure.
When Authentication is used (e.g. SMS or PIN) the signer has to authenticate himself before he gets access to the document. So the content of the document is protected and access is just granted to the signer. If there are more than one authentication methods for the signer available, the signer can select the one he/she prefers.
The sender of an envelope can select more than one signature type, so that the signer is able so choose his prefered type. Moreover if it is a batch signature, the signer can decide if he wants to sign all fields at once or each by each.
If you allow recipients of an envelope to delegate the signing task (see envelope setting in Step3 or organisation settings), the recipient will see the following options: