In this help article, we will explain signer roles in Blueink and how they help streamline the signing process. Signer roles are essential for organizing and managing multiple signers in a document. This guide will provide an overview of signer roles and their importance in the template creation process.
Understanding Signer Roles in Blueink:
Signer Roles in Template Creation
Signer roles are part of the template creation process. They help you identify each signer and label them according to the title they represent. By assigning signer roles, you can quickly recognize each signer's responsibilities within a document.
Benefits of Using Signer Roles
Using signer roles makes it easier to manage and track multiple signers in a single document. For instance, if you have ten signers for one document, you can assign a unique label for each signer, reflecting their role in the document. This labeling system simplifies the signing process and ensures that each signer knows their specific tasks.
How to Assign Signer Roles
To assign signer roles during the template creation process:
3.1. Navigate to the template creation screen in Blueink.
3.2. Add the desired number of signers to the template.
3.3. For each signer, select a label that best fits their role in the document.
3.4. Save the template with the assigned signer roles.
Signer roles in Blueink are crucial for organizing and managing multiple signers within a document. By assigning appropriate labels for each signer, you can streamline the signing process and ensure that each signer understands their responsibilities. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please refer to Blueink's support resources or contact the support team.