No more downloading and uploading documents between separate applications.
It’s a sign- button in your inbox, and signed PDF’s can be seamlessly stored in your Google Drive. We reckon that’s effective laziness.
SignHero for Gmail is an add-on for the purpose of using the service directly inside user’s Gmail account. This add-on allows a user to sign PDF’s attached to an email message, store signed documents in user’s Google Drive account and create email drafts of signed documents.
When you already have both, Gmail and SignHero accounts, just browse into
G Suite marketplace OR click Get add-ons (“+” icon on the right-side taskbar inside your Gmail) and search for SignHero.
Just follow the instructions and in no time, you’ll get a sign-button into your email. SignHero for Gmail is free of charge.
Step one: Choose an email message with attached documents. Then, select SignHero icon on the
right-side taskbar, choose files and sign.
Note: Your browser might block pop-ups which are crucial for the add-on to work. If the add-on seems stuck the first time you run it, check your browser's address bar for a pop-up icon or warning. After allowing pop-ups you might need to refresh the page.
Step two: Confirm that you have a right to sign these documents.
Step three: If you want to store your signed documents into Google Drive, just click the icon and the signed documents will be stored into a designated folder. You can also create an email message including signed documents and send it to others with a personalized message.