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Using Signer Authentication in Blueink
Using Signer Authentication in Blueink

In this help article, we will explain what signer authentication is and how to use it in Blueink.

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Written by Justin Chung
Updated over a week ago

Introduction:

In this help article, we will explain what signer authentication is and how to use it in Blueink. Signer authentication provides an extra layer of security for your document signing process. This guide will walk you through the process of enabling signer authentication in Blueink.

Understanding and Using Signer Authentication in Blueink:

Signer Authentication Options:

When entering signer information, you have the option to require one or more of the following authentication methods:

  • SMS Pin

  • Driver's License

  • Selfie

Activating Authentication Methods:

To activate the authentication methods, click on the corresponding symbols. They will turn blue once activated.

SMS Pin

1.1. Require the signer to enter a pin number sent to their phone when attempting to open the bundle.

Driver's License

2.1. Signers will be required to upload a picture of their driver's license before entering the bundle.

Selfie

3.1. Have your signers upload a selfie before opening up a bundle to ensure signer authentication.

Conclusion:

Signer authentication in Blueink is a valuable feature that adds an extra layer of security to the document signing process. By enabling one or more authentication methods, you can be more confident in the identity of your signers. This help article provides an overview of signer authentication and how to use it in Blueink. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please refer to Blueink's support resources or contact the support team.

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