Every day, Google Docs assists people in igniting fresh beginnings. Whether you’re working on a client onboarding contract, a job offer letter, or a non-disclosure agreement for a promising new product, Docs is the place to collaborate on documents until they’re ready to sign, seal, and give to your clients.
You can now turn this highly collaborative setting into a full-service hub for generating, signing, and closing agreements, thanks to our most recent integration. It is possible to obtain signatures and sign papers without having to download, upload, or export a single file when using Signeasy for Google Docs (formerly Google Docs).
Installing the Signeasy add-on from the Google Workspace Marketplace is the first step. When you access Google Docs for the first time once the download is complete, you’ll see a new symbol in the right-hand sidebar (circled in red below).
Signeasy 1 is a one-stop shop for all your sign needs.
To gain access to the integration, simply click on the icon. Please connect into your Signeasy account and provide us permission to access your documents before you can utilise the tools listed in the sidebar. Please see the instructions below. In the event that you do not not have an account, now is the perfect moment to do so!
The sidebar will provide you with access to all of the Signeasy add-capabilities on’s after the installation is complete and permission has been given.
01 How to sign a Google Doc by your own signature
Then, when you’re through with your paper, click “sign yourself.”
This operation will immediately open a new tab with your Google Doc pre-loaded into Signeasy, and will close the tab when finished. It is no longer necessary to download your Doc as a Word or PDF file, manually log into Signeasy, and upload your file; the integration will convert your Doc into a signable PDF with the press of a button.
You can eSign your paper from this point on, just like you would normally. When you’re finished, use the left-hand sidebar to add your signature and any further information, and then click the green “finish” button to close the document. Following that, you will be instantly routed to Google Docs.
Find out how to obtain signatures from within Google Docs.
If you require the signature of another person on your Google Doc, select “request signature” from the drop-down menu.This operation will immediately open a new tab with your Google Doc pre-loaded into Signeasy, and will close the tab when finished. It is no longer necessary to download your Doc as a Word or PDF file, manually log into Signeasy, and upload your file; the integration will convert your Doc into a signable PDF with the press of a button.
Following that, fill out the sections below with the signer’s email address (or multiple, if more than one signature is required). Following the completion of all of the information entry, you will have the option to either send the file as-is or edit it before sending it out.
This scenario will include the addition of a few fields, as follows: When you click on the green button, Signeasy will populate your document with the appropriate information. You will be able to add fields to the document using the left-hand toolbar, which will aid in guiding your signer(s) through the process. In this particular instance, we will demonstrate to the signer where their signature is required.
To complete the process, click on the green “send” button located in the upper-right corner of the page. After the document has been transmitted, you will have the opportunity to download it to your computer’s hard drive, and it will also be saved to your Signeasy account immediately. You will also receive a completed copy of the document through email once it has been signed.