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Adobe Acrobat Sign Guide

What's New

  1. Pre-Release Notes
  2. Release Notes
  3. Important Notifications

Get Started

  1. Quick start guide for administrators
  2. Quick start guide for users
  3. For Developers
  4. Video tutorial library
  5. FAQ

Administer

  1. Admin Console Overview
  2. User Management
    1. Add a User
    2. Add Users in Bulk
    3. Add Users from your Directory
    4. Add Users from MS Azure Active Directory
    5. Create function-focused users
      1. Technical accounts - API driven
      2. Service accounts - Manually driven
    6. Check for users with provisioning errors
    7. Change Name/Email Address
    8. Edit a user's group membership
    9. Edit a user's group membership through the group interface
    10. Promote a user to an admin role
    11. User Identity Types and SSO
    12. Switch User Identity
    13. Authenticate Users with MS Azure
    14. Authenticate Users with Google Federation
    15. Product Profiles
    16. Login Experience 
  3. Account/Group Settings
    1. Settings Overview
    2. Global Settings
      1. Account tier and ID
      2. Self Signing Workflows
      3. Send in Bulk
      4. Web Forms
      5. Custom Send Workflows
      6. Power Automate Workflows
      7. Library Documents
      8. Collect form data with agreements
      9. Limited Document Visibility
      10. Attach a PDF copy of the signed agreement 
      11. Include a link in the email
      12. Include an image in the email
      13. Files attached to email will be named as
      14. Attach audit reports to documents
      15. Merge multiple documents into one
      16. Upload a signed document
      17. Delegation for users in my account
      18. Allow external recipients to delegate
      19. Authority to sign
      20. Authority to send
      21. Power to add Electronic Seals
      22. Set a default time zone
      23. Set a default date format
      24. Users in Multiple Groups (UMG)
        1. Upgrade to use UMG
      25. Group Administrator Permissions
      26. Replace recipient
      27. Audit Report
        1. Overview
        2. Allow unauthenticated access on the transaction verification page
        3. Include reminders
        4. Include view events
        5. Include agreement page/attachment count
      28. In Product Messaging and Guidance
      29. Accessible PDFs
      30. New authoring experience
      31. Healthcare customer
    3. Account Setup
      1. Add logo
      2. Customize company Hostname/URL    
      3. Add company name
      4. Post agreement URL redirect
    4. Signature Preferences
      1. Well formatted signatures
      2. Allow recipients to sign by
      3. Signers can change their name
      4. Allow recipients to use their saved signature
      5. Custom Terms of Use and Consumer Disclosure
      6. Navigate recipients through form fields
      7. Decline to sign
      8. Allow Stamps workflows
      9. Require signers to provide their Title or Company
      10. Allow signers to print and place a written signature
      11. Show messages when e-signing
      12. Require signers to use a mobile device to create their signature
      13. Request IP address from signers
      14. Exclude company name and title from participation stamps
    5. Digital Signatures
      1. Overview
      2. Download and sign with Acrobat
      3. Sign with Cloud Signatures
      4. Include metadata for Identity Providers
      5. Restricted Cloud Signatures Providers
    6. Electronic Seals
    7. Digital Identity
      1. Digital Identity Gateway
      2. Identity Check policy
    8. Report Settings
      1. New report experience
      2. Classic report settings
    9. Security Settings
      1. Single Sign-on settings
      2. Remember-me settings
      3. Login password policy
      4. Login password strength
      5. Web session duration
      6. PDF encryption type
      7. API
      8. User and group info access
      9. Allowed IP Ranges
      10. Account Sharing
      11. Account sharing permissions
      12. Agreement sharing controls
      13. Signer identity verification
      14. Agreement signing password
      15. Document password strength
      16. Block signers by Geolocation
      17. Phone Authentication
      18. Knowledge-Based Authentication (KBA)
      19. Allow page extraction
      20. Document link expiration
      21. Upload a client certificate for webhooks/callbacks
      22. Timestamp
    10. Send settings
      1. Show Send page after login
      2. Require recipient name when sending
      3. Lock name values for known users
      4. Allowed recipient roles
      5. Recipient groups
      6. Required fields
      7. Attaching documents
      8. Field flattening
      9. Modify Agreements
      10. Agreement name
      11. Languages
      12. Private messages
      13. Allowed signature types
      14. Reminders
      15. Signed document password protection
      16. Signer identification options
        1. Overview
        2. Signing password
        3. One-Time Password via Email
        4. Acrobat Sign authentication
        5. Phone authentication
        6. Cloud-based digital signature
        7. Knowledge-based authentication
        8. Government ID
        9. Signer Identity reports
      17. Content Protection
      18. Enable Notarize transactions
      19. Document Expiration
      20. Preview, position signatures, and add fields
      21. Signing order
      22. Liquid mode
      23. Custom workflow controls
      24. Upload options for the e-sign page
      25. Post-sign confirmation URL redirect
    11. Message Templates
    12. Bio-Pharma Settings
      1. Overview
      2. Enforce identity authentication
      3. Signing reasons
    13. Workflow Integration
    14. Notarization Settings
    15. Payments Integration
    16. Signer Messaging
    17. SAML Settings
      1. SAML Configuration
      2. Install Microsoft Active Directory Federation Service
      3. Install Okta
      4. Install OneLogin
      5. Install Oracle Identity Federation
    18. Data Governance
    19. Time Stamp Settings
    20. External Archive
    21. Account Languages
    22. Email Settings
      1. Email header/footer images
      2. Permit individual user email footers
      3. Customize the Signature Requested email
      4. Customize the To and CC fields
      5. Custom email templates
      6. Enable Linkless Notifications
    23. Migrating from echosign.com to adobesign.com
    24. Configure Options for Recipients
  4. Guidance for regulatory requirements
    1. Accessibility
      1. Accessibility Compliance
      2. Create accessible forms with Acrobat desktop
      3. Create accessible AcroForms
    2. HIPAA
    3. GDPR
      1. GDPR Overview
      2. Redact a user
      3. Redact a user's agreements    
    4. 21 CFR part 11 and EudraLex Annex 11
      1. 21 CRF part 11 validation pack
      2. 21 CFR and EudraLex Annex 11 handbook
      3. Analysis of shared responsibilities
    5. Healthcare customers
    6. IVES support
    7. "Vaulting" agreements
    8. EU/UK considerations
      1. EU/UK Cross-border transactions and eIDAS
      2. HMLR requirements for deeds signed electronically
      3. The impact of Brexit on e-signature laws in the UK
  5. Download Agreements in Bulk
  6. Claim your domain 

Send, Sign, and Manage Agreements

  1. Recipient Options
    1. Cancel an email reminder
    2. Options on the e-signing page
      1. Overview of the e-sign page
      2. Open to read the agreement without fields
      3. Decline to sign an agreement
      4. Delegate signing authority
      5. Restart the agreement
      6. Download a PDF of the agreement
      7. View the agreement history
      8. View the agreement messages
      9. Convert from an electronic to a written signature
      10. Convert from a written to an electronic signature 
      11. Navigate the form fields
      12. Clear the data from the form fields
      13. E-sign page magnification and navigation
      14. Change the language used in the agreement tools and information
      15. Review the Legal Notices
      16. Adjust Acrobat Sign Cookie Preferences
  2. Send Agreements  
    1. Send page overview
    2. Send an agreement only to yourself
    3. Send an agreement to others
    4. Written Signatures
    5. Recipient signing order
    6. Send in Bulk
      1. Overview of the Send in Bulk feature
      2. Send in Bulk - manual recipients
      3. Send in Bulk - CSV upload
      4. Cancel a Send in Bulk transaction
      5. Add reminders to Send in Bulk
      6. Reporting for Send in Bulk
  3. Authoring fields into documents
    1. In-app authoring environment
      1. Automatic field detection
      2. Drag and drop fields using the authoring environment
      3. Assign form fields to recipients
      4. The Prefill role
      5. Apply fields with a reusable field template
      6. Transfer fields to a new library template
      7. Updated authoring environment when sending agreements
    2. Create forms with text tags
    3. Create forms using Acrobat (AcroForms)
      1. AcroForm creation
      2. Creating accessible PDFs
    4. Fields
      1. Field types
        1. Common field types
        2. In-line Images
        3. Stamp Images
      2. Field content appearance
      3. Field validations
      4. Masked fields values
      5. Setting show/hide conditions
      6. Calculated fields 
    5. Authoring FAQ
  4. Sign Agreements
    1. Sign agreements sent to you
    2. Fill & Sign
    3. Self-signing
  5. Manage Agreements
    1. Manage page overview
    2. Delegate agreements
    3. Replace Recipients
    4. Limit Document Visibility 
    5. Cancel an Agreement 
    6. Create new reminders
    7. Review reminders
    8. Cancel a reminder
    9. More Actions...
      1. How search works
      2. View an agreement
      3. Create a template from an agreement
      4. Hide/Unhide agreements from view
      5. Upload a signed agreement
      6. Modify a sent agreement's files and fields
      7. Edit a recipient's authentication method
      8. Add or modify an expiration date
      9. Add a Note to the agreement
      10. Share an individual agreement
      11. Unshare an agreement
      12. Download an individual agreement
      13. Download the individual files of an agreement
      14. Download the Audit Report of an agreement
      15. Download the field content of an agreement
  6. Audit Report
  7. Reporting and Data exports
    1. Overview
    2. Grant users access to reporting
    3. Report charts
      1. Create a new report
      2. Agreement Reports
      3. Transaction Reports
      4. Settings Activity Report
      5. Edit a report
    4. Data Exports 
      1. Create a new data export
      2. Edit a data export
      3. Refresh the data export content
      4. Download the data export
    5. Rename a report/export
    6. Duplicate a report/export
    7. Schedule a report/export
    8. Delete a report/export
    9. Check Transaction Usage

Advanced Agreement Capabilities and Workflows

  1. Webforms 
    1. Create a web form
    2. Edit a web form
    3. Disable/Enable a web form
    4. Hide/Unhide a web form
    5. Find the URL or script code 
    6. Prefill web form fields with URL parameters
    7. Save a web form to complete later
    8. Resize a web form
  2. Reusable Templates (Library templates) 
    1. US Government forms in the Acrobat Sign library
    2. Create a library template
    3. Change a library template's name
    4. Change a library template's type
    5. Change a library template's permission level
    6. Copy, edit, and save a shared template
    7. Download the aggregate field data for a library template
  3. Transfer ownership of web forms and library templates
  4. Power Automate Workflows 
    1. Overview of the Power Automate integration and included entitlements
    2. Enable the Power Automate integration
    3. Track Power Automate usage
    4. Create a new flow (Examples)
    5. Triggers used for flows
    6. Importing flows from outside Acrobat Sign
    7. Manage flows
    8. Edit flows
    9. Share flows
    10. Disable or Enable flows
    11. Delete flows
    12. Useful Templates
      1. Administrator only
        1. Save all completed documents to SharePoint
        2. Save all completed documents to OneDrive for Business
        3. Save all completed documents to Google Drive
        4. Save all completed documents to DropBox
        5. Save all completed documents to Box
      2. Agreement archival
        1. Save your completed documents to SharePoint
        2. Save your completed documents to One Drive for Business
        3. Save your completed documents to Google Drive
        4. Save your completed documents to DropBox
        5. Save your completed documents to Box
      3. Webform agreement archival
        1. Save completed web form documents to SharePoint Library
        2. Save completed web form documents to OneDrive for Business
        3. Save completed   documents to Google Drive
        4. Save completed web form documents to Box
      4. Agreement data extraction
        1. Extract form field data from your signed document and update Excel sheet
      5. Agreement notifications
        1. Send custom email notifications with your agreement contents and signed agreement
        2. Get your Adobe Acrobat Sign notifications in a Teams Channel
        3. Get your Adobe Acrobat Sign notifications in Slack
        4. Get your Adobe Acrobat Sign notifications in Webex
      6. Agreement generation
        1. Generate document from Power App form and Word template, send for signature
        2. Generate agreement from Word template in OneDrive, and get signature
        3. Generate agreement for selected Excel row, send for review and signature
  5. Custom Send workflows
    1. Custom Send Workflow Overview
    2. Creating a new Send Workflow
    3. Edit a Send Workflow
    4. Activate or Deactivate a Send Workflow
    5. Send an agreement with a Send Workflow
  6. Share users and agreements
    1. Share a user
    2. Share agreements

Integrate with other products

  1.  Acrobat Sign integrations overview 
  2. Acrobat Sign for Salesforce
  3. Acrobat Sign for Microsoft
    1. Acrobat Sign for Microsoft 365
    2. Acrobat Sign for Outlook
    3. Acrobat Sign for Word/PowerPoint
    4. Acrobat Sign for Teams
    5. Acrobat Sign for Microsoft PowerApps and Power Automate
    6. Acrobat Sign Connector for Microsoft Search
    7. Acrobat Sign for Microsoft Dynamics 
    8. Acrobat Sign for Microsoft SharePoint 
  4. Other Integrations
    1. Acrobat Sign for ServiceNow
    2. Acrobat Sign for HR ServiceNow
    3. Acrobat Sign for SAP SuccessFactors
    4. Acrobat Sign for Workday
    5. Acrobat Sign for NetSuite
    6. Acrobat Sign for VeevaVault
    7. Acrobat Sign for Coupa BSM Suite
  5. Partner managed integrations
  6. How to obtain an integration key

Acrobat Sign Developer

  1. REST APIs 
    1. Methods documentation
    2. SDK/Developer Guide
    3. API FAQ    
  2. Webhooks 
    1. Webhook overview
    2. Configure a new webhook
    3. View or edit a webhook
    4. Deactivate or reactivate a webhook
    5. Delete a webhook
    6. Two-way SSL certificates
    7. Webhooks in the API

Support and Troubleshooting

  1. Customer Support Resources 
  2. Enterprise Customer Success Resources 

The Adobe Acrobat Sign Online Payments service allows a sender to request a payment as part of the recipient's process (role agnostic). Payments can be defined as fixed values (quotes), values derived from calculated fields on the agreement (order form), or customer-entered values (donations). The payments feature is available to the enterprise, business, and small business levels of service in the NA, EU, and AU datacenters.

Feature description

The Online Payment service in Adobe Acrobat Sign integrates Braintree as a payment gateway tied to the signature process. The integration is enabled by adding a Payment field to your form.

Forms can be created with Payment fields based on the following:

  • A static value, as in the case of a quote for service
  • A dynamic value, derived from calculated fields on the form, as in an order form with multiple items, quantities, and shipping methods
  • A recipient entered value, like a donation request
Note:

The use of a payment field on the agreement changes the Click to Sign button to a Pay and Sign button when the value in the payment field is not null.

The Braintree integration inserts a payment window into the signer’s interface after they click the Pay and Sign button.  This window collects all the personal payment information, obviating the need for the signer to enter that personal information into an Acrobat Sign form, improving the general security of the signer’s information, and eliminating the need for the sender to capture and manually process the payment. 

Note:

Online payments are not available for customer accounts in the JP1 or IN1 datacenters.

The Braintree service is only available to merchants in specific countries. Please refer to the Braintree international guidelines to determine if your country/region is supported.

How it's used

Creating a successful payment form only requires you to use a Payment form field in the agreement.

If you are new to form authoring in Acrobat Sign, you may want to take a moment to familiarize yourself with the in-app authoring tool.

Users familiar with the authoring process only need to learn about the new field type (Payment) and what is required to make it work properly.

 

Using Drag and Drop Authoring

The payment field can be found at the bottom of the list of field categories on the right side of the Authoring window.

Place a payment field

 

Applying the payment field requires careful attention to the field options to ensure that your form functions properly.

Specifically:

Assigned to – Make sure you are assigning the field to the recipient that is expected to provide payment. This may seem counter-intuitive for a static payment value, but the assignment of the field is what logically relates the payer to the payment record.

Value Type – This is linked to the function of the form

  • Entered value gives you a static value, whether it be a stated value like a quote, or an accepted value, like a donation.
  • Calculated value gives you a derived value from a formula involving other fields. This is used for a dynamic order form.

Read Only – If checked, the sender must ensure that the field is populated either with a fixed value or through a calculated value.

If unchecked, the value is either the default set during authoring or the value entered by the recipient.

Default value – Used if your form has a set value for static payments or a suggested donation value.

Currency – Set the appropriate currency for your target audience. 1000 Yen is very different than 1000 Pounds.

Value Range – Useful if you want to establish a bounded range for donation values.

Default payment field values

Static value (Quotes)

A form with a static value must have an Entered value established during authoring.

  • The field should be defined as Read Only
  • A  non-zero Default Value should be entered
  • Select the correct Currency for the targeted recipient
Static values in a payment field

 

The user experience shows the field and value but does not allow the payer to alter the value.

Recipient view of the static field

Dynamic value (Order form)

The dynamic value Payment field should be configured as a Calculated value.

  • The option to make the field Read Only is required for calculated values, so the option is removed from the properties menu 
  • The calculated value will be derived from other fields that the recipient can interact with (quantities, shipping methods, insurance options, etc.)
  • During authoring, the formula is exposed in the field instead of a numerical value

Select an appropriate Currency

Dynamic configuration of a payment field

 

The user experience is to see the field, the values of the field adjust in real-time as options are selected, but the recipient is unable to directly interact with it. (Highlight added below)

Recipient view of the dynamic field

Recipient defined values (Donations)

A signer-defined payment field allows the user to directly enter the value of the payment. It should be configured as an Entered value, and the Read Only feature should be disabled.

A default value is permitted but can be freely edited.

A value range is permitted and will be strictly enforced.  Meaning if you would like to restrict the lowest value acceptable, you may do so.

Recipient defined value configuraiton

 

The user experience shows the field, and is fully editable, potentially with a default value if so designed.

If an upper or lower bound is defined and a value outside that bound is entered, an error will occur and the recipient will not be allowed to sign until the value is corrected.

Recipient view of the recipient defined field

Note:

If a zero or empty value is placed in the field, the Pay and Sign button will change to Click to Sign, indicating that no payment is involved with the agreement.

Recipient view of the payment field with no value

 

Negative values are not permitted.

Recipient view of the payment field with a negative value

Transaction Records

Ensuring that data is stored securely is a fundamental driving force when dealing with personal information such as payment details. Acrobat Sign and Braintree only share the minimum necessary details to complete the transaction and ensure proper auditability of a payment as it is related to an agreement.

Braintree records

The Acrobat Sign system is the custodian of the agreement documents, and records regarding recipients and interactions. At no time is Braintree aware of the content of the transaction or the full list of recipients. (By necessity, Braintree must be aware of the payer.)

At the time the Pay and Sign button is clicked, an I-frame is opened to the Braintree service, and four data objects are passed:

  1. The Currency type - Needed only to ensure that the correct merchant account is used in Braintree
  2. The number value in the Payment field – Needed to understand the value of the collection
  3. The email address of the Payer– Needed to identify the Payer
  4. The participation code of the transaction – Needed to directly relate the payment record to the Agreement record 
Braintree transaction record

Acrobat Sign records

Braintree is the custodian of the payment records, and no records related to the personal information of the payer is ever passed to Acrobat Sign.

When the payment is successfully completed, only the Braintree transaction number is passed back to Acrobat Sign. This transactionID can be found in the Activity log (on the Manage page) and the audit report:

Payment events in the activity log and audit report

How to enable or disable

Before you can start working with payment fields in Acrobat Sign, you must have a Braintree account.

A production account can be registered here:  https://www.braintreepayments.com/sales-apply

The Acrobat Sign Online Payments feature can be enabled at the account level by an account-level admin.

  • Group-level settings are permitted and will over-ride the account-level values
    • Each group can have its own unique Braintree account enabled
  1. To enable the feature, navigate to: Account Settings > Payments Integration

  2. Copy and paste the requested credential information from your Braintree account into the related fields:

    • Public Key
    • Private Key
    • Merchant ID
    Navigate to the payment menu

    Note:

    Upon entering valid credentials, the Enable payments with Braintree checkbox is checked automatically.

  3. Click Save.

    • The page refreshes to display an Account linked tag to provide visual assurance that payments are enabled.
    • A banner announcing that you can add payment fields displays briefly at the top of the window.
    Configured Braintree account

Changing your Braintree credentials

If you need to change the Braintree credentials (eg: changing to a new merchant account):

  1. Navigate to the payment page: Account Settings > Payment Integration

  2. Enter your new Merchant ID and Public/Private key and click Save

    Link to a different acocunt

    The page refreshes and the new payment credentials are applied for all subsequent payment attempts.

Disable Braintree but retain the integration credentials

To disable the integration between Acrobat Sign and Braintree and retain the credentials for enablement later:

  1. Navigate to Account Settings > Payment Integration

  2. Uncheck the Enable payments with Braintree checkbox.

    Clear Credentials

  3. Click Save

  4. A challenge is issued to ensure that you want to disable the payments integration.

    Click Disable.

    Disable Payments

  5. The page refreshes to show the disabled payment feature

    • The Account linked tag is removed to visually reinforce that the integration is disabled.
    • The Enable payments with Braintree checkbox remains unchecked.
    • The Braintree credentials remain in the configuration, ready to be enabled.

     

    Disabled without credentials

Disable Braintree and remove the integration credentials

You can disable the integration between Acrobat Sign and Braintree and remove the credentials form the account settings by:

  1. Navigate to Account Settings > Payment Integration

  2. Select the Clear Credentials link under the Private key field.

    Disable payments - clear credenmtials

  3. A challenge is issued to ensure that you want to clear the Braintree credentials.

    • Check the box to acknowledge that you understand all in-flight payable agreements will stop working.
    • Click Clear.
    Clear credentials challenge

  4. The page refreshes to show the disabled payment configuration.

    • The Account linked tag is removed to visually reinforce that the integration is disabled.
    • The Enable payments with Braintree checkbox is unchecked.
    • The Braintree credentials are deleted from the interface.

    Save the page.

    Disabled with saved credentials

  5. The page refreshes to show the disabled payment feature.

Configuration options

The Braintree service offers a number of configuration options that can greatly improve your signer’s experience. Everybody has different needs from a payment service, and a thorough exploration of the Braintree features is well worth the effort.

With regards to the Acrobat Sign integration there are a few features that relate directly to the signer’s experience:

  • Currency – What currency are you accepting?

Braintree accepts a wide range of currency types and allows you to make a “Merchant account” for each currency you will accept. This merchant account further allows you to define what types of payments you will accept (PayPal and/or discrete credit cards).

Braintree configuration of the settings

 

Within Acrobat Sign, the Payment field must be configured for one type of currency. This configured value links to the Merchant Account of the same currency type. 

The values listed in the Acrobat Sign field properties are dictated by the currencies accepted in your Braintree merchant accounts.

Setting a default Merchant account will also define the default currency loaded in the Acrobat Sign Payment field.

Acrobat Sign field interface for setting the currency

 

  • Duplicate Transaction Checking – Prevents a quick double-click from creating two transactions, and double-charging the signer.
Braintree duplicate transaction checking

Things to know

Known Issue: Payments are disabled after modifying a delegated agreement

There is a known issue that can cause the agreement to bypass the payment process and complete the agreement as successful without payment being secured. The problem manifests only when:

  1. the first recipient delegates their signature authority
  2. the sender modifies the agreement after that delegation

It is recommended to disable the Modify Agreement feature in any group using the payment integration.

PCI Content and Storage

During the payment process, all information is entered into the Braintree interface.

All payment information is stored solely within the Braintree account.

The Acrobat Sign environment only stores the API credentials to the Braintree account and the Transaction number that is passed back from Braintree (recorded in the Acrobat Sign Audit Trail).

No actual payment information ever touches the Acrobat Sign system, ensuring optimal PCI compliance and signer security.

 

Disrupted transaction between Payment and Signature

When using payments, the signature process happens in two parts:

  • Complete the signature process on the e-sign page
  • Capture the payment and finalize the signature

This ensures that the agreement can’t be completed without the payment being captured first.

If there is a disruption in the process for any reason, the signer can re-open the agreement from the original link (or a reminder link if reminders are configured) and resume the process.

 

Duplicate payment prevention

The Braintree service has a Duplicate Transaction Checking feature that prevents multiple transactions to the same transactionID within a set time span.  This prevents multiple payments from being logged due to multiple button clicks.

To configure the Duplicate Transaction Checking option:

1. Log in to your Braintree account.

2. Navigate to Settings > Processing > Duplicate Transaction Checking.

3. Turn the setting on.

Braintree duplicat transaction checking

Payment Disputes

Recipients that have a payment dispute for any reason should contact the party that sent the agreement by replying to the original "Review and sign" email.

Acrobat Sign provides the platform for the signature process, but hands off the payment process to Braintree.

No payment, or payment information, is collected by Acrobat Sign. Acrobat Sign only exposes the payment portal that the sender of the agreement has configured.

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