For individual Workspace users, eSignature is now available in Google Docs and Drive. Learn about applying for beta testing for businesses and enterprises.
Google has revealed the new features’ upcoming testing phase for Google Workspace users. Google enhanced the use of eSignature after starting alpha testing to give individual Google Workspace subscribers a more streamlined signing procedure.
More Google Workspace users were also asked to apply for early access to eSignature in Google Docs and Drive as well as “Email Layouts v2” for Gmail.
Google Increases eSignature Accessibility
Google has expanded eSignature, which is expected to roll out to individual Google Workspace customers over the next two weeks. This move has been motivated by encouraging comments and insightful observations.
The purpose of eSignature is to help people and small business owners who frequently struggle with handling contracts, customer agreements, and other legally binding documents. Users will be able to submit official contract requests and add signatures inside the site thanks to integration with Google Docs and Google Drive.
It simplifies the procedures for obtaining signatures, checking the status of open requests, and locating finished contracts.
Receiving a document signed within an official Google Drive saves the recipient from having to switch between tabs or apps. The duration needed to finish a contract might be shortened by using a simpler procedure.
Initial Access eSignature Application & Custom “Email Layouts v2”
For early access to eSignature in Gmail, business, education, enterprise, and non-profit customers must apply.
The program also makes reference to a test version of “Email Layouts v2” in Gmail, which enables users to “…create, edit, and customize email layouts in Gmail.”
The ability to transmit contracts by email with a customized style and to collect client signatures inside of Gmail are two tools that could help Workspace users handle contracts better.