- You can add a signature in Google Docs with Eversign, a Chrome extension.
- You’ll have to sign up for Eversign – it’s free as long as you don’t need to sign more than five documents per month – and you can save multiple signatures to quickly add them to documents.
- It’s possible to add a signature field for both yourself and others on a document, and you’ll have to download it as a PDF once finished.
- Here’s everything you’ll need to do to add a signature to your Google Docs.
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Google Docs can be an extremely useful tool when you need a quick and easy way to share documents with other people.
But if you also need the capability to virtually sign those documents, you’ll have to get an add-on to be able to do that. Here’s what you need to know to add your signature to Google Docs.
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How to add a signature in Google Docs
This method will work if you use the Google Chrome browser on a Chromebook, PC or Mac computer. And be aware that the add-on, Eversign, will require you to create an account and download the document as a PDF.
1.Download the Eversign add-on by clicking “Add to Chrome” and “Add extension” on the confirmation window.
2. Open a new document by going to docs.new or open your existing document.
3. Click the Eversign icon in the top-right section of your window and select “Sign” located under the name of your document.
4. Create an account by clicking “Start signing now” and go through the sign-up process, and be sure to click “Skip for now” when asked about payment plans if you want to keep the service free (just note that you will be capped at five signed documents per month in that case).
5. Go into your email and confirm your email address, and click your business name on the tab that opens.
6. Close out of your dashboard on your document, reload the page and then click the Eversign icon again and select “Sign” under the document name.
7. Select who needs to sign the document (you, you and others, or only others).
8. Drag the signature field over to the section of the document you want to sign.
9. Pick your desired signature and click “Sign.”
10. Select “Finish” and agree to the terms and conditions.
11. Select “Download PDF.”
The signed document will also be saved to your Eversign account, and you will be able to access it there if you aren’t able to download it right away.
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