Adobe Sign is a cloud-based e-signature tool that lets you replace paper and ink signatures with automated electronic signature workflows. Easily send, sign, track, and manage signature processes using a web browser or mobile device.
- Available to: Faculty, Staff, Student Employees, Graduate Assistants; however, anyone can sign.
- Where to use: Online, mobile devices
- Cost: Free
More About Adobe Sign
Easy to create
Upload any popular document type or choose a previously uploaded template. Add fields to collect e-signatures and other information.
Easy to sign
Recipients follow the link emailed to them and then sign the document. No downloads or account signups needed.
As soon as a document is viewed or signed, you will be notified. Receive alerts when a request is set to expire, and send reminders.
Every step is recorded: when a document is viewed or signed. All parties receive a copy of the signed document.
Demo the Process
Get a first-hand look at the Adobe Sign process, from preparing and sending documents, to collecting signatures. Take a demo of the process from Adobe with a simulated experience and see how easy it is to prepare and send a document for signature.
Using Adobe Sign for the Alcohol Beverage Activity Form has streamlined this formerly time-consuming task. Everyone is now thinking of ways to use other forms in their departments!
Adobe Sign has made the process of getting a form signed so much easier! I can track exactly whose signature it's waiting on and send a reminder without having to leave my desk!
Adobe Sign has allowed us to track many Leave Requests within our department electronically rather than a cumbersome paper trail! It has been a great time-saving tool!
Data Classification Proper Use
Since documents are stored in the Adobe cloud, please do not ask for or include sensitive or confidential information using an Adobe Sign form.
If you have a question about whether or not to include certain types of information, please contact the governing department for consultation.
Please see Information Security's Data Classification guide for more information.
Confidential information examples:
|• Social Security Numbers||• HIPAA data|
|• Credit Card numbers||• FERPA data|
|• PCI data|