If you receive a contract by e-mail or a complete iPhone or iPad that you need to urgently return signed and you are away from home, how do you solve the problem? This is one of the cases where you can panic, especially if something is very urgent. Now the solution at hand, in the sense that it is possible sign documents on the iPhoneand return them directly from the application Mailof iOS.
The functionality of the digital signature provided in the appMailallows you to quickly sign a document attached to an e-mail and send it again via essas never having to leave the e-mail application. The whole process of signing and sending very fast and easy thanks to the Markup function.
To obtain this function, at least the iOS 9 version is required, which means that you will need to have this version of iOS or later installed on your iPhone, iPad or iPod. The rest is easy and is managed automatically by the email client Mail.So, if you want to try it now, just send yourself an e-mail with an attached PDF file or image file and try the Markup function that works with almost all e-mail attachments. This is compatible not only with the attachments you receive, but also for the attachments you wish to send. Read on to see how to use this interesting feature.
How to sign documents on iPhone in Mail
Assuming that you have a document to sign attached to an e-mail that you received on your iOS device, here's what you need to do to sign iPhone documents digitally and send them quickly to the recipient:
- Open the e-mail containing the attached document to be signed, click on the icon of the attached document as you normally do to preview it in the Mail application (the document can be in PDF format or even in other formats).
- After opening the document, at the bottom of the screen you need to click on the Tools icon.
- Now you need to click on the signature icon at the bottom right.
- This is the most interesting phase, use a finger on the touch screen to sign the document, then click on "end"
- Move the digital signature to the appropriate position on the document to be signed, if necessary, you can also resize the signature using the blue buttons to increase or decrease the signature.
- Click on"end"When you have finished moving the signature to the position prepared for the signature, and insert the signed document in the same e-mail reply to be sent to the e-mail sender.
- Write the answer in the e-mail and click the button "Submit?To send the newly signed document to the original sender.
As you saw very easy. No need to print anything, no need to scan any documents and no need to use the signature function on the Mac. The whole process can be managed completely in iOS. The document can be signed and returned in seconds.
This is undoubtedly useful for all iOS users, but especially for those who are out and about with their iPhone and frequently receive an agreement to sign and return immediately. Whether it's a work contract, a form of health insurance, billing order, mortgage, deed, lease, you can quickly access it from iOS and return it faster than ever.
In case you are asking, you can also attach a signed document to a new e-mail, and not just sign a response document to an e-mail you received. This means that if you have a PDF document on your iPhone, or saved in iCloud, you can sign it and attach it to a new e-mail.
How about this feature inserted iniOS 9 and later, which allows you to sign documentisu iPhone? Is it really useful for letue needs?