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Create a unique signature using your mouse, touchpad, or upload it from a photo and attach it to documents. Access this from all your devices, your signature will be verified all across the United States according to the ESIGN Act.
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Fill out forms. Browse the template library to choose the ready-made document for your needs
Edit. Make changes to your documents with a straightforward interface. Add photos or pictures, watermarks and checkmarks. Highlight or blackout the particular text
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What do you dislike?
Sometimes, I get frustrated by the "auto-detect" feature that highlights an entire line of a form. I'd rather use the text insertion feature and place text where I want it rather than have to edit the whole line. The other frustrating thing is having to make sure you're logged out on one computer before using it on another device in the office!
Recommendations to others considering the product:
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What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
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