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Get to Know the New Signeasy for Web!

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We are overjoyed that SignEasy for Web has finally been released after months of hard effort and sleepless nights on our part. This is an extremely interesting feature because it allows customers to use SignEasy on a variety of devices, including desktop computers, laptop computers, mobile phones, and tablets. Several web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari, are supported, and the web app can be accessed from both Windows and Mac OS computers.

Allow me to take you through a walk-through to assist you in getting started with SignEasy for Web.

Check out the video below for a quick explanation of the process.

Users who want to use SignEasy on their desktops and notebook computers in addition to their mobile devices will find the new SignEasy for Web feature to be extremely useful. In addition to PDF and MS-Office (DOC and DOCX), Openoffice (Text, HTML, and RTF), CSV, and other file formats, it also accepts photos and other types of media (such as video) (JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF). Remember that the signed files that are exported using SignEasy will be in PDF format, so make sure to keep that in mind. In addition to signatures, it allows you to include initials, dates, and content other than your own.

Anyone with a desktop computer or a laptop computer can use SignEasy for Web. To begin, navigate to app.signeasy.com, where you will be greeted by a login screen. If you don’t already have a SignEasy account, sign up for one by providing a valid email address and password. You will be required to authenticate your account using the email address associated with your account. Use of your Google account will allow you to skip the verification process and begin using your account immediately after signing up.

If you are an existing SignEasy user, you can just log in using your SignEasy credentials to get started. All of the documents that you have stored in your SignEasy app on your mobile or tablet device will be accessible through the online app.

New users will find it simple to access and utilize the web app, thanks to the helpful instructions that guide them through the process.

Getting Started: Adding Documents to the System

You will be presented with a test document upon logging in for the first time, on which you can practice signing a sample signature. You may find visual hints that demonstrate how to scroll, rotate, and zoom, as well as how to add signatures, initials, dates, and text, among other things.

You can import a document into the system by selecting it and clicking on the Import button on the left side of the screen.

Another method of importing a document is to choose a file on your computer’s file explorer, drag it into the web app window, and then drop it.

Done! What is the best way for me to sign the document right now?

To add your signature, select Signature from the drop-down menu. Click on the Signature drop-down menu and select one of the signature options before entering your signature.

You can add as many signatures to a document as you’d like by selecting the document to sign and then clicking on the signatures button. To come to a halt, press the Escape key.

We provide our users with a variety of choices for adding signatures for their convenience.

The default choice is to use a signature drawing program. Use the mouse or trackpad to create a signature for your document.

1 Create a drawing with the mouse

To preserve the signature for future use, use the ‘Save as primary signature’ checkbox on the right.

2 Classification

This option allows you to type your name, which will be turned into a stylized signature. There are four different alternatives to pick from when using this option.

Signing with a mobile device

A signature link can be delivered to your registered e-mail address by selecting this option on the website.

3 Send a text message via mobile phone 1

When you access the link on your mobile device, you will be led to a signature screen in your mobile internet browser.

3 Send via Mobile 23 Send via Mobile 3 Send via Mobile 3

Sign on the screen by drawing your signature, and your signature will automatically show in the desktop browser once you click OK.

3 Send the message via mobile phone 4

You can choose to preserve it as your primary signature, which you can access at any time by selecting the checkbox below.


If you’ve previously added a signature, it will be saved automatically as your primary signature, which you can select instead of having to draw your signature each time. If you’ve never added a signature before, you can do so now. You can also preserve a signature that was created by using the Sign through a Mobile feature on your mobile device.

4 Signatures that have been saved

Okay, I’ve included my signature as well. What comes next?

SignEasy enables you to include additional information in the document other than signatures, such as initials, a date, and text.


To include your initials, apply the same procedure as described above for adding signatures.


By selecting the Date option and clicking on the document, you may add the current day’s date to the document.

You have two alternatives when it comes to changing the date or date format.

1. Changing the date manually by selecting the Date element and dragging it to the desired location.

1 Instruction on how to use the manual


2. To alter the date format used in the document, go to the document dashboard and select Profile from the drop-down menu. From there, you can access the Account Overview page for the document. By selecting the appropriate date format and saving the changes, you can override the current default date format.

2 Date Format for a Profile


While signing documents, it may be necessary to include language such as the signer’s name, title, designation, and address, among other things. To insert text into a document, simply click on the Text icon at the top of the screen, then on the document to which you want to insert the box. To end, type your content and press the Escape key.

Adding Text to a Document

What happens if I need to make some adjustments?

If you’ve made a few mistakes while adding signatures, text, or other annotations and don’t want to go through the process of manually deleting each element and starting again, you can utilize the Revert Changes option by clicking on the More symbol at the top of the screen. This will remove any modifications that have been made to the original document and restore it to its original state of completion.

Final reversal

And what about sharing the document?

Following the completion of your signature and incorporation into the document, you have the option of sending it immediately or saving it as a draught.

To conclude the document, click on Done, or to save it as a draught, click on Save as Draft.

5 new is a new signature.

To distribute the document, select the Share icon from the toolbar.

6 new is a sign of new beginnings.

Fill in the email address of the person with whom you wish to share the paper if you want them to receive it. If you have more than one email address, you can put them one after the other, separated by commas. You can include an optional note in the email, and when you’re finished, click OK to send the papers to the recipient.

7 new is a signature.

I hope this has helped get you started with the new SignEasy for Web application! If you have any questions, please go to our Support Portal or contact us at support[@]signeasy. com.

We would much appreciate hearing your thoughts on your web application experience. This would assist us in better understanding how you are interacting with the product and making improvements.

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