Creating your electronic signature with Signeasy

Create your online signature or sign a document now.

With Signeasy you can:

Import and fill PDF

Not just PDF, you can import  25+ different document formats and easily add form fields like signature, date, time, and more.

Sign PDF for free

Draw, type, or upload your signature into Signeasy. Sign documents and PDF forms instantly without creating an account.

Share PDF securely

Once the document is signed, share it with signers securely at the click of a button. You can also mark all the relevant people in CC.

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Creating your electronic signature with Signeasy

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Why sign when you can now eSign?

No matter where you are located, a simple electronic signature makes paperwork easy! With Signeasy, it takes just seconds to create an online signature and send documents, such as customer invoices, sales contracts, and agreements for approval. Our powerful electronic signature solution can be customized to meet the needs of users across various industries, from freelancers to HR professionals to sales executives and beyond.

How to create an electronic signature on your desktop?

Step 1: Log into your Signeasy account

Open a new tab or window on your browser and log into your Signeasy account. If you haven't registered for an account yet, you can sign up for free within seconds.

Step 2: Click ‘Start Signing’

In the top left corner of your screen, click the ‘Start Signing’ button, then choose the ‘Sign Document" option from the mini drop-down menu. If you need to request an electronic signature from one or more collaborators, choose the other menu option.

Step 3: Import document for signature

Once the screen refreshes, you will be prompted to import a document from your device. Signeasy is compatible with all major document types, including Word, PDF, and Excel. No matter what type of file you upload to our online signature creator, Signeasy will automatically transform it into a PDF.

Step 4: Create signature

After successfully uploading your document, it will be time to create your digital signature. Click the "signature" button in the left-hand toolbar and you will be prompted to choose between a few different signature fonts. Select the one that best suits you, or draw a handwritten signature using your finger, a mouse, or a stylus. Once you have created a signature, you can either drag and drop it into the document or place it with a click.

Step 5: Add other fields

Once you're satisfied with your digital signature and have placed it into the document, you will be able to add more document fields, including the date, your name, and your initials.

Step 6: Finish up and download

When you're ready to finalize your document, click the ‘Download’ button in the top right corner of the screen. This will save a signed PDF file to your device. That's it – you've officially created an electronic signature with our free signature generator!

How to create an electronic signature on your mobile?

Step 1: Download the Signeasy app and create an account.

We’re avaialble on Android, iOS and web.

Step 2: Upload a new document within Signeasy.

We support popular file formats such as PDF, Word, Excel, Pages, JPG, PNG, etc.

Step 3: Tap Sign, and select the spot within the document where you want to sign.

Choose whether you want to draw, type, or upload a signature.

Step 4: Click ‘Finish’ and the final document will be generated.

Now, this file can be shared with others and stored in the cloud.

How secure is it to use electronic signatures to sign documents?

Electronic signatures are safer than traditional documents. Along with the signature, they have verifiable details on who signed the document, when they signed it, and where. Changes made to contracts after signing are easily detectable, and that's far more powerful and efficient than your typical paper-based trade. Electronic signatures are tamper-proof and can be archived. eSignatures provide biometric and two-factor authentication to protect both sender and receiver from fraudulent activities.


Electronic signatures are tamper-proof and can be archived. eSignatures provide biometric and two-factor authentication to protect both sender and receiver from fraudulent activities.

May 17, 2022 11:00 a.m  CT

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