|The Dropbox Sign and Ironclad integration is available to customers on Dropbox Sign Standard or Premium.|
You can use the Dropbox Sign and Ironclad integration to prepare and send documents without ever leaving Dropbox Sign. You can automatically name and save drafted and signed contracts to Dropbox.
Features included in the integration
Contracts can be routed through Dropbox Sign
Contracts can be sent for eSignature to two counter-parties using Dropbox Sign. Everyone involved receives email notifications prompting them to sign the contract, and can then confirm the agreement by executing the contract.
Creates a documentation trail
All signer activities are recorded into a dedicated repository for easy access and future reference.
Saves back to Dropbox Sign
Forms can be sent directly from Dropbox, and are automatically saved back to your Dropbox account.
How to get the integration
To get the Dropbox Sign and Ironclad integration as an admin user:
- to Ironclad.
- Click your name in the top-right corner.
- Click Company Settings.
- Click Integrations.
- Select Dropbox Sign.
- Click Link Account.
- Log in to the Dropbox Sign account you want to connect to Ironclad.
You’ll be directed back to the Dropbox Sign Integrations page on Ironclad. The Dropbox Sign account is now linked.
Note: You must have Dropbox API access to connect your Dropbox account to Ironclad.
Do I need a license for both Ironclad and Dropbox Sign to use this integration?
Yes, you need a license for both Ironclad and Dropbox Sign.
What browsers can I use with this integration?
This integration works on Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari.
Does each person need a Dropbox Sign license?
No. Only the sender needs a Dropbox Sign account in order to send a contract. The recipient doesn’t need an account to sign the agreement.