If you are uploading a lot of similar documents to Yoti Sign, manually tagging each one to specify where people should sign can be time consuming. An auto tag is a special string of text that you can include in your documents before you upload them (for example, if you are generating many documents automatically from a content management system). Yoti Sign will recognise the auto tags in the uploaded documents and automatically add the corresponding signing fields. Auto tags look like a short string of characters, beginning and ending with a ‘pipe’ symbol, for example |T1SR|. We have defined a range of different autotags for various common types of signing fields (e.g. to add a signature field for tenant 1, or to add a checkbox to the document). For a full list of supported auto tage, see the matrix here and see an explanation of the structure here.
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- What is Yoti Sign?
- How do I get started with Yoti Sign?
- How do I create a password for my account?
- How do I log in with my Yoti app?
- What do the two authentication types mean?
- What is an electronic signature?
- Is Yoti Sign legally approved?
- How much does it cost to send and sign documents using Yoti Sign?
- How do I send a document to be signed?
- What is a signee’s ‘role’?