If you are one of the people who have added to this number at some point, it is likely that you use Dropbox as your go-to spot for storing essential documents and keeping them accessible on any device, regardless of where you are.
In addition, 8 million businesses from all around the world use Dropbox, which suggests that individuals from all over the world are utilising Dropbox to store and share their official documents and other files important to their work. This does provide a boost to the efforts that businesses are making to digitise their operations, and it compels us to consider the possibility that users of Dropbox might need to sign a document that is stored in their Dropbox account.
You got that right! The Signeasy app is now available for Dropbox!
It’s a straightforward Chrome browser extension that gives you the ability to sign documents directly within Dropbox, then either email them to yourself or put them back into your Dropbox account.
And you won’t even need to leave the Dropbox app to make any of these changes; everything will take place behind the scenes.
A quick look at how things operate is provided here.
Putting in place the enlargement
Begin your search for Signeasy on the Chrome Web Store’s search bar. Within the search results, the extension can be found in the Extensions section. (Or if you prefer, you can simply click here.) To add the extension to Chrome, click the “Add to Chrome” button.
Signeasy is now available for Dropbox users.
Making use of the add-on
Launch the file you need to sign, then select Signeasy from the drop-down menu of available options.
Open the file that you want to sign using the extension, and then select Signeasy from the list of available options.
This will open the document for you in a new window, where you will be able to study it, fill it out, and sign it. Put in your signature, the date, the text, then fill out the rest of the blanks.
Put in your signature, the date, the text, then fill out the rest of the blanks.
After you have completed the document by clicking the Finalize button, you will be given the choice to either send the paper to yourself through email or save it in your Dropbox account.
We think that this should put you in a good position to be able to fill out and sign your documents in Dropbox without ever having to go back and forth between Dropbox and other applications or reverting to the time-consuming process of printing, signing, and scanning. To obtain the add-on, simply click on the button provided below.