Today, the docusign actions allow one user to sign a document. It doesn't allow 2 users to sign the same document (using the same enveloppeID)
HR Example : a new contract is first sent to the new employee for signing and the same contract is sent to the manager for signing. Today the only way of doing it is to send the document twice in tow different envelope.
we leave a few scenario behind
We have recently released a new e-signature capability, Nintex Sign powered by Adobe Sign which supports multiple recipients, roles and authentication methods! It is available for 2013, 2016 and 2019. For more details please check out the release notes and https://www.nintex.com/workflow-automation/e-signature/ to get started.
Ronald Caljouw commented
Please implement this. Most business scenario's require at least two signatures.
Rebecca Gordon commented
Yes this is absolutely needed. Surely they looked at their competitor AdobeSign and would want to at least implement the same functionality if not better. I have workflows that required expenditure sign off from a number of people in the organisations and then we have to store them legally signed in SharePoint. AdobeSign will do this, sad as DocuSign seemed like the better product
Please implement this. It's a fairly common scenario to send a unique SharePoint document to several people at once for signing. I personally have at least 8 workflows that need this. At the moment, the users must do it manually. Please, please, please add this.
Pieter Veenstra commented
I have now got around this issue and I have documented the steps:
Pieter Veenstra commented
This change is an absolute must for the DocuSign solution to be useful in many circumstances.
Additionally, DocuSign can also accept people that don't need to sign but do need to be informed of the progress (interested parties).
Not only does it only allow for one signer, the download action only downloads one document even if there are several documents in the envelope. This is cumbersome when generating HR Onboarding packets via the DocuSign template feature. We need it and can't wait so we are going to have to pay to have it programmed, but it would be a HUGE asset to have a better REST integration with DocuSign. The API is not all that complex and e-signature solutions are only gaining in popularity. Would also like to be able to set the signing host (for in-person signing events) with the populate template action.
DocuSign's interface allows for multiple recipients to be added and their order configured when sending out a new document for signatures. Enabling the Nintex action to do the same will better align it with its native functionality.
I think this would be a massive asset.