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The start here arrow is confusing the employees, can it be changed?

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Aug 31, 2016

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The issue that the program puts that default “start here” arrow at the very top of the document to be signed (or, wherever the first field is at), and so employees believe they have to actually do something there, instead of just scrolling to the bottom of the document (which may be many pages long) to where they sign.  When all they really have to do is scroll immediately to the bottom to sign.

The final signer should not see an “start here” arrow at the top.  It would be better if the “start here” arrow was located at the bottom so that the signer know they could skip everything else.  The best solution would be if the program would auto-scroll the document to the correct location of the required signature or where ever that signer first had to take action (normally the last signer just needs to sign the document at the very end of the document).

Basically, we want the “start here” arrow to point to the first place that a signer is required to input data (their signature or whatever).  This would probably be different for every signer.

Is that configurable?

Thanks,

GeoffW

Hi geoffw75979389 ,

Please make sure that while placing the fields on the document you have made them "Required" and assigned them to the correct Signer so that the Signers are directed to the correct field to input the data.

Create Form: Create forms

Field Type: Field types

Assign Roles: Assign roles to form fields

Field validation: Form field validations

Field appearance: Set field appearance

Regards,
Aadesh

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The start here arrow is confusing the employees, can it be changed?

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Aug 31, 2016

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The issue that the program puts that default “start here” arrow at the very top of the document to be signed (or, wherever the first field is at), and so employees believe they have to actually do something there, instead of just scrolling to the bottom of the document (which may be many pages long) to where they sign.  When all they really have to do is scroll immediately to the bottom to sign.

The final signer should not see an “start here” arrow at the top.  It would be better if the “start here” arrow was located at the bottom so that the signer know they could skip everything else.  The best solution would be if the program would auto-scroll the document to the correct location of the required signature or where ever that signer first had to take action (normally the last signer just needs to sign the document at the very end of the document).

Basically, we want the “start here” arrow to point to the first place that a signer is required to input data (their signature or whatever).  This would probably be different for every signer.

Is that configurable?

Thanks,

GeoffW

Hi geoffw75979389 ,

Please make sure that while placing the fields on the document you have made them "Required" and assigned them to the correct Signer so that the Signers are directed to the correct field to input the data.

Create Form: Create forms

Field Type: Field types

Assign Roles: Assign roles to form fields

Field validation: Form field validations

Field appearance: Set field appearance

Regards,
Aadesh

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Hi geoffw75979389 ,

Please make sure that while placing the fields on the document you have made them "Required" and assigned them to the correct Signer so that the Signers are directed to the correct field to input the data.

Create Form: Create forms

Field Type: Field types

Assign Roles: Assign roles to form fields

Field validation: Form field validations

Field appearance: Set field appearance

Regards,
Aadesh

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