The form builder is a tool for creating electronic forms to be used in eformsign. It is used for transforming existing paper forms such as application forms, contracts, and agreements to electronic forms that can be inputted into PCs, tablets, and smartphones, and then uploading them to eformsign. You can download eformsign Form Builder here.
eformsign is a service that allows anyone to easily convert paper documents into electronic documents without coding skills. Anyone who can use Excel, Word, and PowerPoint can create e-documents with eformsign.
Your client does not have to sign up for eformsign. If you know the client’s mobile number or email address, you can send a signature request link via SMS or email, Once signed, the link will expire and the client will not be able to access the document.
You can also send a copy of the document(e.g. contract) to the client when the document is completed.
A document is counted as a created document when it is available to be opened in Document Box.
Hence, the document count is incremented when a document is saved in eformsign by clicking “COMPLETE” or “SAVE DRAFT” at the top right corner of the screen after creating a document in the “New Document” menu.
In other words, a document is counted as a created document after completing the document creation process, going through the configured workflow.
eformsign Form Builder is only available on Windows PC. You need Windows 7 or higher operating system and MS Office 2010 or higher to use Form Builder without problems. However, once you have created and uploaded an e-form, you can use this form regardless of your device or operating system, including PC, tablet, and smartphone.
In eformsign, when requesting a signature from a signer, you can set multiple levels of authentication to verify that the signer really is him/her.
If you use the attachment component in the form builder, you can attach a file when creating a document.
You can attach image files and PDF files, and the attached files are appended at the last page of the document.