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Sign files directly using Google Drive on web

by stacy

The integration of SignEasy for Web with Google Drive has been one of our most often requested features since the product’s launch a few months ago. We decided to put your ideas into reality, and we are thrilled to announce that millions of Google Apps customers will now be able to sign documents in a simple, seamless manner using SignEasy on their favorite browser. Thank you for your feedback (Chrome, Firefox, Safari).

How do I install the app?

If you are a Gmail or Google Drive user, go to the Google Apps Marketplace and search for “SignEasy.” Then click on Install App and follow the on-screen instructions. After that, simply provide SignEasy permission to install the program, and you are finished! (Alternatively, you can get it directly here.)
This functionality is only available to enterprise users after a one-time installation has been completed by your administrator. The admin can look for SignEasy on the Google Apps Marketplace, install SignEasy, and then grant access to all of your team members or a select group of team members, depending on your preferences. This eliminates the need to install the software one person at a time, which would be time-consuming. More information can be found in the accompanying instructions.

How do I use the app?

It is possible to open a file in two different methods.

A thumbnail of the attachment will appear at the bottom of your email message when you receive an email with an attachment. When you click on the thumbnail, the attachment will be seen in full-screen mode on your computer. You will be able to interact with the file in your Gmail inbox without having to download it first from this location. SignEasy can be opened by selecting “Open With” from the drop-down menu.

  1. Using Google Drive as an example
  2. Go to drive.google.com to find out more.
  3. Right-click on any file that you want to sign, such as a Word, Excel, or PDF document, and select “Sign with my digital signature.”
  4. Hover over “Open with” and select the SignEasy app from the drop-down menu.
  5. Using Google Drive as an example
  6. This will allow you to open the file using your SignEasy login credentials. Then, depending on your requirements, select either “Sign Yourself” or “Request Signature.”

The convenience of our Google Drive integration, as is the case with the majority of our products, is the most appealing aspect. If you’re more accustomed to working on your browser and exchanging files through Google Drive, this change will make document signing a breeze for you. Because SignEasy for Google Drive is a web-based application, you may access all of its features from any web browser as long as you are signed in to your Google account.

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