Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign

Use the Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign action to capture electronic signatures on documents from recipients specified by you.

You can use Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign to do the following:

  • Request signatures from single or multiple recipients.
  • Combine documents using templates in Adobe or SharePoint.
  • Track and capture signing outcomes from all parties.
  • Stores and files digitally signed documents in SharePoint.

Note: This is an external action and may execute on servers running outside your data centerCentralized locations used to house servers used by Nintex for remote storage, processing, or distribution of data. Nintex has a number of regional data centers available for Nintex for Office 365. For information about Nintex data centers and where your data center is located, contact your Nintex account or territory manager. region. Before implementing, consider performance and regional concerns where digital boundaries are an issue. For more information, see In-tenant and external actions.

  • Nintex for Office 365 leverages the following services when sending emails and notifications:
    • SharePoint email services: to send internal emails and notifications to accounts within the same tenant.
    • SendGrid: to send external emails and workflow notifications. The IP addresses used by SendGrid are:

      • ip4:
      • ip4:
Before you start 

Add and configure the Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign action

In the Designer:

  1. Click the Integration action group in the action toolbox.
  2. or

    Type the action name or function in the Search field at the top of the action toolbox.

  1. Drag the Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign action to the designer canvas.
  2. Open the Action Configuration window. For steps on how to open the Action configuration window, see Action configuration window.
  3. Fill in the configuration fields and click Save.

For information on the fields and buttons see, Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign fields, buttons and settings

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