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About “Signing Document”

Last Update: 05 / 08 / 2021

1. What is a “Signing Document”?

A "Signing Document" is the method of reaching an understanding or signing a contract between two or more parties using electronic or digital signatures. For instance, the signing contract will be terminated if either of the parties refuses it, it is cancelled by the sender, or it expires. A “Signing Document” can include more than one document, which may be either a document to be signed or a supporting document.

2. What are the supported file types?

Signitory supports these file types: DOCX, XLSX, PPTX and PDF only.

3. Are there any storage limitations?

Signitory imposes a 500MB capacity cap on each paying subscription.

Limitation based on each plan:
Free - 500 MB
Starter - 500MB
Professional - 500MB
Business - 500MB per user
Enterprise - subject to customization

4. What is the file-size limit and quantity for uploading of document(s) for a Signing Document?

We allow users to upload up to 5 documents with each document file-size should not exceeding 5 MB.

5. What is a template?

A template is a file that serves as a starting point for a new signing document. When you open a template, it is pre-formatted in some way and you may fill in the additional information and make it ready to be sent to the signer for signing.

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