SwiftCloud Document Types

The following are types of docs you can set any “doc” to. Separately, you can make PDFs and images signable, and there are many other assets within the system such as invoices, items for sale (e-Commerce items), etc. These are “subtypes” of our core documents system, along with some tips on how to use each: Read More…

What Authentication Level Should I Use?

What signor authentication level you require depends on your choice and use and balance between hassling the users (signor(s)) and ease of use. More secure = more work for user Less work (easier) = less secure / less proof the signor is who they claim to be More details & options to follow. NOTE: We Read More…

Responsive e-Signature Docs

“Responsive” means the page formats to the device – meaning the docs look good on phones, tablets & desktops. One of the most powerful advantages SwiftCloud has to the way we do e-signature is that unlike other PDF-based systems, our docs are responsive automatically by default. But what if you want to use columns or Read More…

PDF Conversion to e-Signature

New users + Visitors: All signed docs will generate PDFs, typically emailed to both you and the sender. NOTE: for 95% of docs, PDFs should not be used – because they won’t look as good on phones. For most clients, we strongly recommend our shortcode based system – it’s simple, responsive, easy, and works better, Read More…

Branding Your Account

SwiftCloud should match your style! Here’s how to style SwiftCloud to display your colors and logo. This will affect e-signature docs, envelopes, and over time, much more – emails, invoices, account portals and more. Let’s set it up. It’s easy, once you know where to look. The yellow arrows below show just one example: Go Read More…

e-Signature Redirect

Most e-Sign clients have a flow that goes like this… Your website, often WordPress but could be anything – then you link to the signable doc (on SwiftCloud.AI) Actual signature happens on SwiftCloud.AI, with your logo & colors & soon domain-mapping* Then after signature, signors are returned to your website for more steps or payment Read More…

e-Signature: Client + You Options

Many electronic signature users need an agreement signed by 2 parties: themselves and someone else i.e. a client. You have 2 ways to do this: The Easy Way: Pre-Sign it yourself. Easy, effective, does the trick, and then it becomes really a 1-party e-signature so there’s less to set up. For things like sales contracts Read More…

Roles Automation & Multi-User Signature

GOAL: Multiple people sign a single document or set of documents (“Envelope”). How: You’ve got 2 options: You do NOT know all the parties to the signature up front; other parties will be added by the first party. Example: Temp worker who sends a timesheet to his/her supervisor to sign off on the hours. The Read More…

Electronic Signature Shortcodes

Below is a list of currently supported electronic signature shortcodes: Last Updated: July 10th, 2018: Please note this document is being updated to the version 2 system, most of this is correct but if you experience any issues let us know. We will audit & correct this doc asap.   REQUIRED =============== [swift_email] // this Read More…

WordPress E-Signature Plugin 1.0 to 2.0 Migration Guide [Easy]

Migrating from the legacy (and sometimes buggy) 1.0 WordPress e-Signature plugin is easy – 90% is just copy and paste including the shortcodes. To migrate your WordPress e-Signature Plugin to SwiftCloud-Docs, we recommend the following steps: Pick any plan on https://swiftcloud.ai/products/electronic-signature and get signed up. All plans have a 60 day money-back guarantee and this can Read More…