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Adobe launches e-signature solution for Dropbox users

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Adobe and Dropbox have launched a new feature for Dropbox Extensions, with the release of Send for Signature with Adobe Sign, describing the release as the next major milestone in their partnership to help joint customers get more done with documents, from wherever they choose to work.

The announcement by the two companies says that, by using Adobe Sign, the leading e-signature solution powering over half the Fortune 100, Dropbox users can quickly and easily send Word and PDF documents for signature, directly from within Dropbox.

The joint statement says, “Adobe Sign makes it easier than ever to incorporate e-signatures into the way individuals and companies of all sizes do business. And now hundreds of millions of Dropbox users get access to the power and simplicity of Adobe Sign.

“While this is a key milestone in Adobe’s work with Dropbox, it’s just the beginning. We’ll continue to offer joint customers the flexibility to work the way they want with documents at home, in the office, or on-the-go.

“Stay tuned for more, starting with a future Dropbox Extension that will enable the world’s best PDF editing with Adobe Acrobat DC.”

Here’s how Send for Signature with Adobe Sign will work:

  • Select a Word or PDF file in your Dropbox folder that you want to get signed.
  • Click on the “Open With” button and select Adobe Sign under the “Send for Signature” category.
  • Type in the signer/recipient’s email address. You can also customise a number of settings including password protection and reminders.
  • Add more signature fields that indicate where you need a signature or initial with a single click. This is powered by Adobe Sensei, Adobe’s machine learning and artificial intelligence platform, that automatically detects where the fields are needed and inserts them for you.
  • Recipients can sign documents from any device.
  • Senders can track real-time notifications that let them know where the document is in the signature process like whether the document was opened and signed. All signed documents are automatically added to the sender’s Dropbox folder.
  • Send for Signature with Adobe Sign uses Using Adobe Sign, the leading e-signature solution powering over half the Fortune 100, Dropbox users can quickly and easily send Word and PDF documents for signature, directly from within Dropbox.

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