Creating an electronic signature is probably easier than you think. Here’s how you can set one up in just minutes and say goodbye to printing, signing by hand, scanning, and emailing. Because, honestly, who has time for that?
Yes! We cannot stress this enough. Electronic signatures enable you to securely and legally sign all types of documents – from lease agreements to job applications to tax forms – without the need for printing and scanning. With our current reality of social distancing and our increasingly digital future, easy eSigning is more essential than ever.
Thankfully, creating an electronic signature is fast and simple!
With Nitro Sign, you can quickly and easily add your electronic signature to any document.
Once the document is saved, you will be notified, and your signed document will be available in My Documents
Once you’ve created your eSignature, you can save it for future use. The next time you need to sign a document in Nitro, you can simply select from your saved signatures.
While you may have heard the two terms used interchangeably, electronic and digital signatures aren’t quite the same thing.
Creating an electronic signature usually takes less than a minute. Creating a digital signature, however, is a bit more complicated. Digital signatures involve an extra layer of security and encryption and require a digital ID or certificate. Typically, you have to verify your identity and purchase a digital ID from a Trust Service Provider in order to create a digital signature.
Fortunately, digital signatures are rarely needed, and standard eSignatures are perfectly valid for the vast majority of signing needs.
Speaking of signing needs… we know that, right now, businesses need affordable digital solutions to stay productive working from home. That’s why we’re offering Nitro Sign for free for the rest of 2020.
No matter how big or small your business is, start eSigning today with a free account of Nitro Sign Premium (for individuals) or Nitro Sign Team (for groups). No complications, no catches, no limits. Because we’re all in this together.