When someone sends you a document for you to digitally sign, you will receive an email notification from Circularo sent on behalf of the sender.
Follow these simple steps to successfully process the signature request.
Review the email
Open the email and read the text carefully before you proceed. It may contain important information about the document’s processing deadline or a message from the sender.
To proceed, click the REVIEW & SIGN button and start the signing process.
Confirm your identity
If the sender didn't set any protections, you will be taken directly to the signing page.
You may be asked to enter a password or verify your email address or phone number. After successfully completing the authentication, proceed to the signing page.
Start filling in the fields
Click the PRESS TO START tag to begin the signing process.
Apart from your signature, there may be multiple different fields that need to be filled (name, address, date, etc.).
Follow the green arrow that says NEXT FIELD to be sure you don’t miss any.
Create your signature, initials, or stamp
Once you get to the signature field, a dialog box will appear offering you these different ways to create a signature that will be placed onto the document.
- Draw: Draw your signature with your mouse
- Type: Type in your name and you will be given a choice of multiple different signature styles. Pick one you like.
- Upload: Select an existing signature from your device and upload it.
You may be asked to use initials instead of a signature. The process for creating initials is the same as for signatures.
The sender might also ask for a stamp. To create a stamp, you can either upload an image from your PC or design a new stamp from scratch. Circularo offers many pre-prepared customizable stamp designs.
Complete the signing process
Once you have filled in all the required fields, confirm by clicking FINISH.
A confirmation message will be displayed informing you that the signing process has been finished. You can now download a PDF copy or print a copy of the document.