Send with In-Person Signing
In-Person Signing permits a signer who is physically present at the time of signature or who does not have access to the internet to electronically sign a document. An Administrator with a Foxit eSign account will need to help the signer and conduct the in-person signing. You will be able to create legally binding, electronically signed papers without needing to use an e-mail address.
Add a new In-Person Signer
(No email required)
The below steps are used in the Add Signers/Assign Recipient steps in the sending process.
- Add a new recipient for in-person signing by clicking Add New.
- Select the party as an in-person signer by checking the box.
- Add First Name and Last Name.
Note: Email address is optional for recipients when using In Person Signing.
- Select a user of the account to be assigned the In Person Signing Administrator.
Add In-Person Signer from Address Book
Add a recipient from your Address Book as an In-Person Signer:
- Enter part of their email address or name and select them from the dropdown list.
- Click Enable In-Person Signing.
- Select the checkbox for In Person Signers.
- Select In-Person Signing Administrator to manage the signing session.
Sign with In-Person Signing
- The assigned Administrator clicks 'Switch Session' to start the In-Person Signing process.
- The Administrator passes control to the in-person signer.
- The in-person signer confirms that they are willingly signing the document electronically and confirms themselves before reviewing the documents.
- The in-person signer completes the signing process by clicking 'Finish' after signing the document.
- The in-person signer confirms their signature.
- Signed documents can be sent to an email address. When clicking ‘Continue’, the control is passed over to the assigned In Person Signing Administrator.
- The In-Person Signing Administrator is required to enter their Foxit eSign password to take back the control.
- The in-person signing process is completed.
💡Tip! Using In Person Signing for multiple recipients on one document at the same time? Use Boardroom Signing with Online Forms to skip giving the Administrator the control back between signers.