For most use cases, an implicit agreement to these documents is sufficient. To that end, Adobe Sign makes links to these documents conspicuous when any recipient has access to an Agreement in the signature cycle.
Enabling Explicit Consent requires the Recipient to actively check a box affirming they agree to the ToU and CD.
Enabling Forced Review requires the Recipient to open each document individually, and then actively check the box agreeing to the terms.
If second factor verification is in place, the Recipient will have to verify their identity first, and then they will be able to accept the ToU/CD
- ToU: https://www.adobe.com/legal/terms.echo.html
- CD: https://www.adobe.com/special/misc/consumerdisclosure.html
Customers with an enterprise service plan have the option to provide their own ToU and/or CD. This option is not currently exposed in the customer interface, so if you would like to take advantage of this feature, contact your Success Manager to start the process.
To make the change, we will need you to provide the relevant documents on a publically accessible URL, and the Adobe Legal team will need to review the content of the document to ensure all legal bases are covered.
Once the documents are approved, the URLs provided will be configured to your account, and the in-app links will re-direct to your pages.
If there is a need to configure groups differently from the account setting, then you can contact your Success Manager to have different settings applied at the group level. Group level settings will over-ride the Account level settings.
The options for this feature are:
- Enable/Disable the feature, by Recipient role, at the Account or Group level
- Each Recipient role can be individually configured