Integration with Gmail is a feature that has been sought by our users for quite some time. The fact that there are more than 900 million people using Gmail around the world lends further credence to the request for this feature. As a result, we had no trouble determining what to do next!
Signeasy for Gmail is a Chrome extension that we are excited to release today. This extension will enable users to digitally sign documents that they have received as attachments in Gmail and then resend them without ever having to leave the Gmail experience. Simply follow these three steps to sign any paper. Yes, we gave some thought to minimising the complexity of the situation for you.
So, this is the way things work out.
The Workings of It
To sign a document quickly and easily, simply move your mouse pointer over the attachment thumbnail in your Gmail account, and then click on the Sign with Signeasy symbol that appears.
After clicking on the Sign with Signeasy symbol, an integrated page will load for you to complete the signup process. Signeasy will first upload the document to a safe cloud storage location, and then it will give you the chance to edit and sign the document before saving it.
Attach: When you are through adding information to the document, click the “Done” button that is located in the upper right corner. You have the option of selecting “Finalize and Attach,” in which case the document will be attached back together with your reply, or selecting “Finalize,” in which case you can review the signed document before attaching it back to your email reply.
Signeasy is compatible with a wide variety of document types, including PDF, OpenOffice, Microsoft Office (DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, and PPT), Text, HTML, RTF, and CSV, as well as pictures (JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF).
How can I get it installed?
Within the confines of the Chrome browser, Signeasy can be found by searching for it on the Chrome web store.
After clicking “Add To Chrome,” select “Add extension” from the drop-down menu.
This applies to all of those instances in which you wished there was a more straightforward method for signing and sending the attachments that you get in your Gmail inbox on a daily basis. Now is the time to give it a try!