- rlagowAsked on March 16, 2018 at 09:33 AM
We have a form that we would like to have the school district superintendent sign. We see we can have them electronically sign with their mouse.
In most cases, the superintendent is not going to be completing the form but merely signing the form.
We would like an easy way for the supt. to sign the form.
What ways would you suggest for that?
We have thought of letting the contact create the form and then come back later ot the form and have the supt. sign then.
Have the contact complete the form, route a copy of the form to the supt. to sign, then upload a PDF of the signed form on submission.
What would you suggest that is simplest for the contact to get a signed form to us?
Our users will range from very sophisticated to not very sophisticated at all.
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on March 16, 2018 at 11:34 AM
The easiest way to do this would be to allow the user to submit the form with their data and send an edit submission link to the superintendent:
You could then have another email that sends when the super signs. Make sure each email that needs to be sent with edits is set to send on edit:
That way when edits are made, both parties will be updated.