How to Sign Off Xune requests
From time to time we’ll ask you to sign documents. This allows us to move forward with things such as website build, design etc.
We made this article to guide you on how to digitally sign documents – you no longer have to print the document, physically sign it, scan it, then send it to us. Signing digitally is a much more convenient option, for both us and yourself.
We can recommend two companies for this – we are not affiliated with them, but their services are quite useful. These are DocuSign and DocHub. They are quite similar; both of them require you to upload your document – which you can do by dragging it onto the browser window.
To sign, simply click the Sign button (on DocHub) and then Create a new signature. You can insert signatures in several ways: you can sign on your phone, using your mouse/touchpad, or by uploading an image of an already drawn signature.
When you’re done creating your signature, you can simply paste it onto the document wherever you need it to be, as well as adding your name and the date. You can even resize them – to make them visible and clear.
When your document looks right, look in the top-right corner (on DocHub). You will find a download/export button that you can use to get your signed document and be able to fire it back to your project manager.