Using DocuSign for Digital Signatures

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What is DocuSign

DocuSign is a popular service for creating and/or approving digital signatures. Typically, digital signatures are used for signing offer letters, sales contracts, permission slips, rental/lease agreements, liability waivers, financial documents, etc. Our DocuSign instance is licensed for Xavier business use only and should not be used for personal documents.

Creating a DocuSign account

DocuSign uses Single Sign On (SSO) for authentication. As a result, it is not necessary to create an account by registering, filling out forms etc.

To create an account, just login to Xavier's DocuSign instance at https://account.docusign.com with your Xavier account credentials.

Getting started

DocuSign has two roles: document senders and document signers. The following directions step through the process for each role:

It is highly recommended to take the accelerated training courses offered at DocuSign University to develop a better understanding of the product.

Further assistance

The vast majority of basic questions are answered via DocuSign's support portal.

If you are unable to find a suitable answer via the support portal, please open a new ticket with our help desk.

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Article ID: 600
Created
Tue 5/19/20 11:08 AM
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Tue 5/19/20 4:21 PM