Send an agreement to multiple signers

Getting multiple signatures on a single document is one of the main workflows in Adobe Sign. It gives you the opportunity to gather signatures in a specific order (or in parallel, for Pro accounts and up).

Quick steps

  1. Go to the Send page.
  2. Enter the email addresses of the signers in the order in which they should sign.
  3. Attach a document via the Add Files button, or drag-and-drop a file.
  4. Select Preview & Add Signature fields.
  5. Click Next.
  6. Drag-and-drop fields for the first signer (chosen by default).
  7. Choose the next signer from the Select Participant pop-up menu at the upper-right corner of the page.
  8. Place fields for the next signer.
  9. Click Send.

Step by step

  1. Enter the email addresses of your signers in the Enter Recipient Email field. By default, the order in which the email addresses are entered is the order in which they are asked to sign.

    Enter Email Addresses


    At the Pro service level and higher, the sender can choose to allow all signers to sign in parallel or sequentially.

  2. Attach a document and select Preview & Add Signatures Fields to place fields for all of your signers, then click Next.

    Click Next
  3. You are taken to the drag-and-drop Authoring Environment. By default, the first email address entered is selected in the Select Participant pop-up menu at the upper-right corner of the page.

    Select Participants
  4. Drag fields for that signer from the right pane onto the document.

    Add Signature
  5. From the Select Participant pop-up menu, select the next signer.

    Select next signer
  6. Again, drag fields from the top pane onto the document for the selected signer.


    You can also adjust who a field is assigned to by double-clicking the field and choosing the desired signer from the Role pop-up menu.

    Select Role
  7. Follow steps 5 adn 6 for each signer. When you're done placing all of the fields for each signer, click Send.

    Click Send

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