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I’ve asked my team to give me their take on each online tool we use, and I’ll be telling you some of the reasons I have for choosing these resources.
For full disclosure, I will earn a small commission if you sign up to any of these resources using the links I provide in my posts, and I only ever recommend tools and resources that I trust and use myself.
Resource Recommendations: Signable
So, this month we’re taking a look at Signable.
Signable allows you to send and sign documents online, removing the archaic necessity for printing and scanning when you need a signature. It’s great if you’re running a business and need your clients to sign contracts or terms. It’s easy to use from start to finish, you can upload your existing documents or create brand new ones on the platform itself – and save these as templates!
One of my favourite aspects of Signable is that it offers a pay as you go solution per document that you send. This is great news if the number of contracts you send per month tends to fluctuate.
Another fab feature is that you can personalise the message when sending documents, it’s little touches like these that clients tend to appreciate.
I love that Signable sends automatic reminders, anything that automates is an absolute bonus in our game!
I’m also a big fan of the fact the final signed copy is automatically sent to you and all those who have signed AND you can integrate it with GDrive so the final document is saved safely where you need it.
Those on my team who use Signable really do love it too. Here’s what they have to say:
“It’s so easy to use and the fact you can sync it to G Suite to save signed contracts in your designated folder is really useful to stay organised.”
“I’m a big fan of the audit trail and Signable tracks the signature and time/date stamps it – which is a great record.”
I’d thoroughly recommend giving Signable a go when you next need a document signed, I’m sure you’ll find it a handy tool to have in your kit.