When you think of HelloSign you might immediately think of eSignatures. In fact, we offer a lot more than easy online signing! We power tons of features that allow anyone to manage, customize, and automate every inch of their document workflows.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be going over a few of these features in greater detail, including a few team features, automation features, API features, and more.
Today we’re covering embedded requesting. This is a feature that’s available to API customers of HelloSign. You may find this feature particularly intriguing if you’re looking for a way to incorporate online signing directly into your website, application, or workflow.
Big news! You can now create your best signing experience with the latest HelloSign API release: white labeling. Read on to learn more or visit the white labeling API reference page to set up this new feature immediately.
Note: Current API users must opt-in to the updated signer experience before their signers will see white labeling customizations. Visit the FAQ to opt-in now!
You asked for it. We built it. Data validation is now available to all HelloSign users on a Pro plan or above and to all our API plan holders. This is just one of the ways we’ve updated our signer experience to make it easier to get your docs signed quickly and accurately.
Read below to learn more or visit the FAQ to get started with data validation right away.
Good news! Two-factor authentication is now available for HelloSign paid plans. We pride ourselves on providing bank-level security to our users. With HelloSign, your documents are already protected by SSL encryption and secure server infrastructure hosted at a state-of-the-art Tier III, SSAE-16 and ISO 27001 certified data center. We’ve now taken security a step further with our latest two-factor authentication feature. The most exciting part? HelloSign is the only eSignature solution to offer this extra security feature at the account level.
The ability to set a custom URL is a premium HelloSign feature that allows you to redirect your signers to a web page of your choice after they’ve signed a document or template. As team admin, you can lock this setting for your team members. This means that the URL you set will be the redirect URL for all documents sent from anyone on your team.