All Visma Sign user organizations can create online forms with legally binding e-signatures. Visma Sign Forms is an easy to use forms editor. The created forms include e-signing functionality.
Creating, publishing, sending and maintaining forms incurs no extra fees. Only the completed signatures are invoiced as part of organization's Visma Sign invoice.
Open Visma Sign in your browser. Select Create form from the main navigation. (Please note that Visma Sign Forms is not yet available in all regions.)
You may also receive a shared form in your email, in which case you open the form via the link in the email. Also changing a previously created form is done via a link in email.
You may create and modify forms by dragging and dropping form fields on your mouse. The form is immediately ready for production. You may modify the form later at any time, share it to anyone, make a copy etc.
(Please note that touch devices are not supported for creating forms. Filling and signing forms is possible with all types of devices, including mobile phones, tablets etc.)
On the first time an organization creates a form, authorization to create forms is needed. Please see in more detail.
Forms can be sent as a link for filling and signing, e.g. via email or text message, or placed on your web pages. If you want to embed a forms as an integral part of your web page or online service, you may use an iFrame to place the form on the page.
The signed forms are archived in your company's Visma Sign account. You may choose to have them sent as email attachment to an email address at your organization, and also send a copy to the signer if appropriate.
Please see the detailed articles on first use, building and modifying forms, publishing forms, and filling and signing forms.
In case you want to create more complex forms with links to external databases, calculations in the form, conditional form fields etc, you may connect your web application directly to Visma Sign API at no extra cost. Please see the Visma API v1 description for more detail.