Processing documents on mobile

This is a step-by-step how to process signature requests and sign documents on your mobile device.

If someone sends you a document signature request in Circularo, you will find it in your Inbox. Click on the document to open its preview.

Document detail - preview

To sign or reject the document, click on the three dot symbol in the top right corner of your screen and a list of options will open.

Options

Sign a document

If you want to sign the document, click on the three dot symbol in your preview and then choose Sign from your list of options. 

You will be guided to fill in all the fields that are required. Some of the fields may be prefilled with your details already stored in Circularo (name, e-mail, etc.). 

Filling in signature fields

When you click on the signature field, your default signature will be added. 

Add signature

If you want to change it, tap on the field again and you will be given the option to draw or type a new signature. 

Change signature

After you have filled in all the fields and added your signature, click Finish and you are done. 

Reject a document

You can also reject to sign the document from your mobile device. To do so, click on the three dot icon in the document preview and select the Reject option. 

Reject to sign

You will be given a chance to leave a comment for the sender before rejecting the document. 

Other options

If you want to check whether the sender left a message for you, click on Comments in the bottom right corner.

Document detail - comments

You can, of course, reply or start a conversation by leaving a comment yourself. In your comments, use @ to mention another user and # to reference a different document. 

Go to Detail if you want to access an overview of basic information about the document, including its name, time of creation, last activity, its author, status, and type. 

You will also see all the labels this document has (if any) and be able to add or remove labels. 

Under Activity, you will find the processing history of the document, similar to the Progress Timeline on desktop.