DocuSign App for Windows Devices Gets Offline Signing, Download for Free
The official DocuSign app for Windows 8, Windows 10 and Windows Phone allows users to electronically sign, send and store documents. Now, the app has received an important update that makes it even better – offline signing.
DocuSign is perhaps one of the most known solutions for electronic signatures and now it has received a feature in Widows that was present in other mobile apps, as well. The app now comes with offline signing, so you can sign documents from your Windows desktop, tablet or Windows Phone smartphone without an internet connection. Here’s a reminder of its previous features:
Sign – You can sign any document for FREE directly from your device in multiple formats (Microsoft documents, PDF, images, and more).
Send – Electronically send documents for signature(s) and manage the documents you send. Your recipients will be able to sign electronically as well.
Store – Access and store all of your documents both in your DocuSign account and SkyDrive.
Secure & Legal – DocuSign eSignatures are safe, secure and legally binding. Documents are encrypted with a tamper-proof seal and complete transaction history.
Manage Signature – You can create, edit, and manage your unique electronic signature and DocuSign identity.
Track – View and track all of your documents. With the windows live tile you can see your critical document status directly from your home screen.
Login with your Office 365 account to automatically access your connected OneDrive account as well as your Office365 contacts.
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