Adding Signatures To Your Proposal
You've created your proposal, now all you need to do is make a place for your client to seal the deal. Proposify's signature tool helps you add legally binding signatures, and initials to your proposal.
In a rush? Here's what this article covers:
Adding Signatures - The Basics
To add a signature box to a proposal, click signatures & client input forms found on the right-hand toolbar:
The signatures menu will appear in the menu pane:
From here, you can select the signee from the dropdown menu at the top:
HEADS UP: If you're working from the Section or Template Editor, you will see two signees: the proposal lead and the main client contact. You can add more the moment you make a proposal from this template.
Once you've selected your signee from the dropdown, click and drag the element to your preferred location:
Adding Signatures - Other Cool Stuff
You can add a signature box for each client contact and person in your organization, and each will be colour-coded for easy reference. You can also add multiple signature or initial boxes for one person, if you need them to acknowledge multiple areas within a single contract.
If you need to add a new signing member to your client's organization, you can do so by clicking new contact:
Once clicked, fill out the first name, last name and email address of the new signing party, then click save:
This will add that person to the client contacts list in Proposify, allowing you to include a signature box within the proposal.
Once signature boxes have been added to your proposal, you can see a list of all signees from the right-hand menu:
This gives a list of all contacts with a signature box within in the proposal, as well as how many signature/initial boxes they currently have in the proposal. You can locate each signature box assigned to that client by clicking the arrow buttons next to the client name:
If you've added one too many signatures, you can remove it by selecting the signature button and hitting backspace or delete on your keyboard.
HEADS UP: This will only be available if the prospect hasn't signed yet. Once an esignature is included, edits will be locked to keep your document legally binding.
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