If you’re new to SignNow or are just getting started with e-signatures, you may be wondering how to setup the right workflow for your process. You may also have some questions about e-signature, such as, “What does SignNow offer?” or “Is SignNow compliant with mobile devices?”
Take this quiz to test your knowledge on the e-signature workflow and SignNow process. You’ll find all of the answers at the bottom of this quiz.
Question #1: Which of the following are SignNow integrations?
d) All of the above
Question #2: Can I print documents from my SignNow app?
Question #3: Which of the following mobile devices is SignNow compliant with
d) All of the above
Question #4: Is sending documents by email a secure decision?
Question #5: Sometimes, a user must activate their e-signature account by entering a SMS code and password, thus providing ________.
a) Double-factor authentication
b) Security token
Question #6: Digital signatures are often used to implement ________, a broader term that refers to any electronic data that carries the intent of a signature
a) Electronic signature
b) United States
For question 1, the answer is d) all of the above. SignNow integrates with dozens of services, including Oracle, Egnyte, Gmail, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft CRM, and many more.
For question 2, the answer is a) yes. From SignNow’s web and mobile apps, users can print electronic documents. Visit SignNow’s site to learn more about printing from your SignNow app.
For question 3, the answer is d) all of the above. SignNow is compliant with iOS, Android, iPhone, and iPad.
For question 4, the answer is b) no. Sending documents via email isn’t secure and puts your sensitive information at risk. Using an e-signature solution, such as SignNow, will increase your security and decrease the chances of hacking, identity theft, and ransomware.
For question 5, the answer is a) double-factor authentication. SignNow provides advanced document protection for users when sending and signing documents. Senders have the option to choose a password, SMS code, or voicemail code for signers to enter before signing the document.
For question 6, the answer is a) electronic signature. Digital signatures and electronic signatures are two separate terms. Digital signatures embed a digital “fingerprint” into documents, whereas e-signatures are a sound, symbol or process that is electronically associated with a contract or record that is adopted by the signer, indicating his or her intent to sign.