To log into an Android device from a laptop, you first need to log into your Gmail account. To change the settings: Click your Gmail account. In settings, scroll down to Google Apps. Tap the + button next to the app. Click on “E-mail”.
Once the Google Apps area is visible, the “email” drop-down menu will appear. Select “create new”. A preview of the signed email appears. After completing the account creation, you will see three form fields. Touch one of the forms and you will be asked to enter your personal and / or company name, message to sign and the phone number for the signer to call you to complete the transaction.
If all these steps work as expected, your email will be unsubscribed and you will be redirected to the signer’s page. Then you will see your full name and phone number in the provided Google contact. If you don’t see it, click “Have you made a transaction?” alert at the bottom of the screen to check if you have actually made a transaction. check if you can edit the signed email. To do this, tap “osures” and then “Check Signature” followed by standard characters such as “You are logged in”, “Editing your email” and “Delete this email”. Finally, tap on “Save All Changes” and you will be asked to confirm the changes by clicking on “Signature”. These simple steps will help you keep track of what you have logged in with Adobe Sign.
- Adobe Sign 4.0.0 for Android
- Android 9.0
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- Date added:
- Thursday, September 16, 2021
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We don’t have any changelog information for version 4.0.0 of Adobe Sign yet. Sometimes publishers take a while to release this information, so check back in a few days to see if it has been updated.