Digital Signatures is easy to use and can be used to authenticate the identity of the sender of a message or the signer of a document. By following the steps outlined below you will be up and running in no time.

Step 1:

Navigate to the Static section on the Elements tab and click the Signature element.

Step 2:

We now need to enable the signature element. Click on the Signature drop-down and select Enable. You will then see the signature in the preview area.

Step 3:

That is it! Now all that is left is to edit the settings and colors. Listed below are an explanation of those settings.

  • Signature: Where you enable the signature element.
  • Image Prefix: This can be used to set the prefix of the image name that is saved. You can set this to any element name such as [email] or [first-name].
  • Label: The text that shows the label of the signature.
  • Clear Label: Sets the text for the clear button element.
  • Max. Width: Is used to set the maximum width of the signature element.
  • Height: This allows you to increase the height of the canvas element.
  • Position: This will allow you to position the element to the left, center or right of the form.
  • Padding: The ability to shift the signature element inside of the box.
  • Canvas Color: This is the color of the background of the signature element.
  • Pen Color: This is the color your customer will sign in.
  • Line Color: This is the color of the line in the signature element.
  • Error Message: The message that will be displayed if your customer does not sign the form.

Here is the outcome. Enjoy!