Sign advanced signing tools support more flexible workflows. Learn more about Decline to Sign, Signer Reassignment, and Variable Signers.
Decline to Sign
Decline to Sign is available on Essentials, Standard, and Premium plans.
Decline to Sign adds the option to halt a signing flow, giving signers more control when things aren’t quite right. Once declined, the signer will be asked to fill in a "Reason for Decline" box to give insight to the sender.
Users who send the document that’s declined will receive the summary of why the document wasn’t signed.
To enable Decline to Sign, include the "allow_decline" parameter in your POST request.
Decline to Sign is available on the following API endpoints:
Signer Reassignment is available on Premium plans.
When a signature request is sent with an incorrect email address, Signer Reassignment allows document recipients to easily route documents to the right person. The original recipient simply enters the name and email of the appropriate person, and then “reassigns” the signature request.
To enable Signer Reassignment, include the "allow_reassign" parameter in your POST request.
Signer Reassignment is available on the following API endpoints:
Variable Signers is available on Premium plans.
Not all documents have a static number of signers. Rental agreements, for example, often have a variable number of signers depending on the number of tenants.
Variable Signers allows users to easily adjust the number of signers for a template. It’s a perfect fit for documents like rental contracts, mortgage paperwork, and forms that may require co-signers.
To enable Variable Signers, set up your template with the maximum amount of signers needed.
Variable Signers is available on the following API endpoints: