If you also regularly sign documents in electronic format, you will have already heard of DocuSign. The famous online service that allows you to digitally sign documents directly from your computer or smartphone is very useful worldwide.
In addition to allowing signing, it also notifies you when other parties have signed a shared document. However, security is essential especially when it comes to placing an electronic signature on confidential documents. Based on these principles, DocuSign chose to collaborate with the famous instant messaging application WhatsApp.
This will make it much easier to sign documents directly through a simple conversation within the green colored platform.
WhatsApp and DocuSign unite, you will be able to digitally sign documents in chat
Exactly last November 14, 2023, the agreement between WhatsApp and DocuSign arrived. Users will benefit from this, as they will be able to electronically sign, at the standard or higher level, documents via the messaging application.
One main aspect that both companies strive for is certainly security. It is worth noting that WhatsApp is equipped with crittografia end-to-endtherefore everyone can remain calm about their privacy.
Real-time notifications will also arrive via WhatsApp when the recipients of the document have added their signature. This is one of the many moves that WhatsApp has made specifically in recent months to improve overall.
The goal is to keep the competition at arm’s length by introducing more and more innovations. Among these, during the month of November, the possibility of starting group voice chats arrived, just in Discord style.
Obviously the goal is to continue pushing until the end of 2023, in order to have a completely renewed platform available. Users are waiting for further news like this one which also features DocuSign, which is actually very surprising.