Free accounts are provided by Adobe Sign for the Signers of documents that want to gain access to the contracts that they have signed. Sending functionality is severely limited. If you have a company account, contact your Administrator to have them add you.

Creating a free user in Adobe Sign

Anyone with a valid email address can create a free account in the Adobe Sign system.

Free accounts are primarily for signers of documents, and allow any registered email address to view all of the agreements that have been sent to that email box.

Senders that do not attach a PDF copy to the Signed and Filed email may want to make note of the registration URL so they can help their signers gain access to their contracts, without having to send a copy through email.

Signers that want to save their signature in the system may do so once their email is registered.

Caution:

The Adobe Sign application can only differentiate users by their unique email address.

You as a person may have several email addresses for various reasons, but the application cannot assume different email addresses to be one real person.

For this reason, make sure you are registering only the email address that was used when signing the document.

 

To register an email address, and gain access to its content:

  • Fill in all of the fields on the registration page (All fields are required)
  • Click the Create my account button
  • Verify your email address
  • Log in!
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Note:

Due to the sending limitations, Free accounts are not good trials. If you want a free 14-day trial with broader access to features, click here.

If you need to experiment with a test environment beyond 14 days, sign up for the Developer account

 

Once logged in, navigate to the Manage tab to see any agreements that have included the registered email as a party to an agreement.

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