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    Adobe EchoSign May Release

    Jat ATS Adobe Employee


      In the May release we have completed work on the new e-sign experience to address majority of the existing e-sign scenarios. The new e-sign experience will be the default experience for all new users. We will be turning it ON by default for all FREE users starting next week and over the next few weeks will gradually switch other tiers to the new e-sign experience. This new e-sign UX is completely re-built from the ground up to make use of modern browser technology and provide a consistent experience to our signers across desktop and mobile devices. In upcoming releases we will add support for more of the current capabilities such as Approvals, Widgets and innovative new capabilities such as Save and Resume, locations capture, etc.




      We enhanced signer identity verification to require each signer to have a unique identity verification method. This will enable customers to create much more flexible and higher assurance signature processes. To deliver this functionality we redesigned the send page for the service ensuring a much simpler UX during send. While we were at it, we also improved the authoring experience to provide form field alignment, form field sizing tools, fonts, colors, and size for fields and added a few new field types to make it easier for our customers to create documents.




      The ability for our customers to create and publish standardized re-useable business processes throughout the organization has been amped up. Our customers will be able to increase compliance and eliminate costly errors by using our new custom workflow capabilities. It also gives us a significant competitive advantage.




      The ability for sending document for signature and delivering signed documents from Acrobat and Reader is streamlined. More than 600M users will now be able to seamlessly leverage the capabilities of EchoSign right from the desktop. We have also introduced brand new native integrations with Box, Google Drive, SharePoint 2013 to allow users to use EchoSign capabilities from more places.




      There are new SOAP and REST APIs to empower developers, customers and partners to integrate the capabilities of EchoSign into their products, services and workflows. Additionally there are new administration capabilities for easily creating and managing users in bulk, controlling user roles within an organization and managing widgets.


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