These are the steps to login to docusign through the official website sandbox and transaction room:
- Go to the official site login page https://account.docusign.com/
- Insert your mail address.
- Click on Continue
- Insert your password.
- Click on Login
- No Account? Then, your have to register: https://account.docusign.com/signup
- Other issues? Visit the help section
What is DocuSign.com?
DocuSign Inc a US tech firm that provides several technology solutions to individuals and businesses. Its flagship product is the DocuSign eSignature which the company describes as “the world’s #1 electronic signature solution.”
Electronic signatures make it possible for parties to sign documents over the internet without the need to meet face-to-face.
The EU Regulation No. 910/2014 (commonly referred to as the eIDAS Regulation) defines an eSignature as “data in electronic form which is attached or logically associated with other data in electronic form and which is used by the signatory to sign.”
Electronic signatures are accepted and legally recognized under both US and EU laws (the eIDAS Regulation in the EU and the ESIGN and Uniform Electronic Transactions Acts in the US) as well as in many parts of the world.
DocuSign’s eSignature is part of its DocuSign Agreement Cloud platform. Apart from reducing the need for paperwork and the problems of preserving perishable paper documents, it also allows users to:
- Sign in from a wide range of devices from nearly any location, at any time
- Conveniently upload and send documents for other parties to sign
- Check if documents have been signed as well as send timely reminders to whom it may concern.
- Enforce binding electronic agreements
- Sign agreements and contracts faster, with fewer errors, and at reduced costs
DocuSign Inc is headquartered in San Francisco, California. It is integrated with over 350 apps, including those from Microsoft, Apple, and Google.
How to use it
If you intend to use DocuSign eSignature to digitally send contracts or other documents for signing, then you will be mandated to create a DocuSign user account.
However, those receiving the signing requests you send do not need to create an account before signing them.
For senders, the following procedures are necessary:
- Upload the document you want to send – these include documents in Microsoft Word, PDF, and other formats compatible with DocuSign.
- Specify the potential signatories – this involves providing the names and email addresses of the potential signatories to your document. You can also indicate the order in which each signature should appear.
- Highlight the precise spots for signatures and then send your document – the drag and drop DocuSign fields feature allows you to determine the exact position of each signature.
- Standard or standard fields are also available for signatures. After formatting your document, click on send and DocuSign will promptly mail a link to all recipients that will enable them to access your document.
- Once the signing process is over, you’ll receive an email notifying you that all signatures have been appended and the document is subsequently saved securely for future use.
How to log in docusign.com
Intending DocuSign users must first sign up for an account. After creating your account, you’ll receive an account activation email from DocuSign Inc.
The email enables you to verify or authenticate your account for security reasons.
To log in to your DocuSign account, just visit https://www.docusign.com/user or https://support.docusign.com/CSP_DSClogin?startURL=%2Fen%2Farticles%2FHow-do-I-log-in-to-and-access-my-DocuSign-account.
On the login page, input your username and password and click on “Login.”
DocuSign has three paid plans in its eSignature product. These are :
- the Personal Plan ($10 monthly/$120 yearly),
- Standard Plan ($25 monthly/$300 yearly),
- and Business Pro Plan ($40 monthly/$480 yearly).
The company also offers an “Advanced Solutions” option which has more features than the plans mentioned above.
There is also a free 30-day trial to help you learn about the product before deciding on whether to purchase.