Technically speaking, as long as the form has space for a signature on it (i.e., at least one signature field), it can be e-signed. To be clear, "e-signable" means ensuring that the Sign button will appear in the Quik! Form Viewer after launching the given form, allowing the user to e-sign all signature fields on the form(s). However, there are other rules that limit whether users can e-sign a form:
- Some form companies (aka "form owners") do not allow all or some of their forms to be e-signed for various reasons. Because of this, there are settings in the Quik! Forms Manager that a form owner can adjust to control whether their forms are allowed to be e-signed. You can see whether a form is set as e-signable or not on the SEARCH page in the Quik! App-- look for either a red NO or green YES in the E-SIGNABLE column in the form search results list. If you are a form owner and would like a Quik! Forms Manager account to control which of your forms can be e-signed, contact us.
- You must also add either a DocuSign or SIGNiX connection to your Quik! App account prior to truly enabling e-signature. Even if a form is technically e-signable, if you haven't set up a connection with one of our e-sign partners, you will not be able to e-sign it.
- Lastly, when launching a bundle of multiple forms, if any of the forms are set as not e-signable, then the entire bundle will be considered not e-signable, and the Sign button will not display in the Quik! Form Viewer.