eSignature eSignAnyWhere - Use Case Example: Template

The Story

In order not to have to create the same envelope again and again for constant situations, the seller creates a template that he/she can use for constant contract. To create a template and use it in constant situations does not only save time but also prevents mistakes such as for example a text field being forgotten.

Use Case Description

Following steps are necessary:

  1. Create a template
  2. Use the template

This case leads you through the process of creating a template with the UI and working with the template with the API. In order not to create the same envelope again and again this case explain how to create a template. Thus, time can be saved. First, we have to create a template with the UI. The following screenshot shows where you can find the template section:


Figure Description
create new template
  1. You can create a new template in this section
  2. Click this button to create the first template


If you click on “create your first template” the following window appears:


edit template


You can either define a recipient for the template like it is shown in the figure above, or you can define placeholder. Note: If you define placeholders for your template you have to override them if you use the template.

Here you can find a figure of a template with two placeholders:


template with two placeholders


There you can configure all settings for the template. After the configurations you can update the template which is shown in the next screenshot:


Figure Description
template with two placeholders
  1. Update and save the template

After saving the template you can now use the Id of the template and work with the API. If you open the template you can see the template in the URL:

e. g.:

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