It's easy to create signature blocks and finalise your document ready for your clients to sign. This article shows you how to add a signature block and a witness block to your documents.
Adding a Signature Block
There are two types of signature blocks, a single that has space for one signature and a double that has space for two signatures.
Providing a name or title to the signature block
To give signature blocks their label (the title or name of who should sign on that line) we use a token or answer value and add this to the signature block token.
If you need the interviewee to supply the title or name for the signature line then ensure you have a question to ask for this.
If you don't need the interviewee to supply the title or name for the signature line then you need to create a token to set the value that you would like:
Creating the signature block
Once you have the name or title as a token, you can add the signature block by creating a single paragraph point and adding the signature block code to the paragraph body. The add the token straight after.
For a single signature block, use <<<SINGLESIGNATUREBLOCK>>>
For a double signature block, use <<<DOUBLESIGNATUREBLOCK>>>
Adding a Witness Block
There are two types of witness blocks, a single that has space for one witness and a double that has space for two witnesses.
Single Witness Block
To add a single witness block create a single paragraph point and add <<<SINGLEWITNESSBLOCK>>> to the paragraph body:
Double Witness Block
To add a double witness block create a single paragraph point and add <<<DOUBLEWITNESSBLOCK>>> to the paragraph body.