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Create role-based eSignature workflows without leaving your pdfFiller account — no need to install additional software. Edit your PDF and collect legally-binding signatures anytime and anywhere with signNow’s fully-integrated eSignature solution.
How to send a PDF for signature
How to send a PDF for signature
Choose a document in your pdfFiller account and click signNow.
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How to send a PDF for signature
Add as many signers as you need and enter their email addresses. Move the toggle Set a signing order to enable or disable sending your document in a specific order.
Note: you can change the default signer name (e.g. Signer 1) by clicking on it.
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How to send a PDF for signature
Click Assign fields to open your document in the pdfFiller editor, add fillable fields, and assign them to each signer.
Note: to switch between recipients click Select recipients.
Click SAVE > DONE to proceed with your signature invite settings.
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How to send a PDF for signature
Select Invite settings to add CC recipients and set up the completion settings.
Click Send invite to send your document or Save invite to save it for future use.
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How to send a PDF for signature
Check the status of your document in the In/Out Box tab. Here you can also use the buttons on the right to manage the document you’ve sent.
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How to Use the Request Multiple Signatures Feature in pdfFiller

The Request Multiple Signatures feature in pdfFiller allows you to easily collect multiple signatures on a document. Follow these steps to use this feature:

Upload your document to pdfFiller. You can either drag and drop the file into the designated area or click on the 'Upload' button to select the file from your computer.
Once your document is uploaded, click on the 'Signature' button in the toolbar on the left side of the screen.
Select the 'Request Multiple Signatures' option from the drop-down menu.
A pop-up window will appear where you can add recipients and specify their signing order. Click on the 'Add Recipient' button to enter the email address of the person you want to sign the document.
After adding all the recipients, you can rearrange their signing order by dragging and dropping their names in the desired sequence.
Customize the email message that will be sent to the recipients by clicking on the 'Edit Message' button. You can personalize the message and provide any additional instructions.
Once you are satisfied with the recipients and the email message, click on the 'Send' button to send the document for signature.
The recipients will receive an email notification with a link to access the document and sign it. They can sign the document electronically using their mouse, touchpad, or by uploading an image of their signature.
As the sender, you will receive email notifications when each recipient signs the document. You can also track the status of the document in your pdfFiller account.
Once all the recipients have signed the document, you can download the final version with all the signatures or save it in your pdfFiller account for future reference.

Using the Request Multiple Signatures feature in pdfFiller makes it easy to collect multiple signatures on a document. Follow these simple steps to streamline your document signing process.

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There are three ways to run multi-query requests: Run requests for a list of URLs, e.g. GET data for each campaign ID in a list. Run requests for a list of request bodies, e.g. create new project tasks by sending multiple POST request bodies to the same URL.
There are two basic ways to generate concurrent HTTP requests: via multiple threads or via async programming. In multi-threaded approach, each request is handled by a specific thread. In asynchronous programming, there is (usually) one thread and an event loop, which periodically checks for the completion of a task.
The simplest way to run a request multiple times is to use the collection runner built into Postman. The collection runner will also allow you to drive it from a CSV or JSON file if you need to use dynamic data in the requests.
Loop Over the Current Request If you give the currently running request name in the argument of setNextRequest() function, then Postman will run the same request continuously.
By using threads Python can handle multiple tasks concurrently. However, only one thread can run at a time due to interactions with the Global Interpreter lock (GIL).
Threading. Threading is a technique used by web servers to process multiple requests on a single port. When a request is received, the web server creates a thread to handle the request. This thread is responsible for processing the request and sending a response back to the user.
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