How to digitally sign a PDF (for iPhone & iPad users)
Sign those important documents on the go with this simple tutorial for iPhone and iPad users. This way, you don’t need to print and scan and you can get back on with your day without a hitch!
When you’re using an iPhone or an iPad we recommend using the markup feature in the iOS Mail app. It makes it easy to draw in and annotate PDFs (as well as do a bunch of other things) as well as synching to your Mac (if you have one).
If you want to learn more about e-signatures and how they work, you can view our previous blog.
Easy as 1,2,3…
Step 1: Open your document
Using the Mail app on your device, open your PDF file. To do this, you’ll need to have received an email with a PDF document attached. When you tap the PDF attachment click the icon named “Markup and Reply”. It looks like a toolbox and it should be located at the bottom right corner of your screen
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Step 2: Sign your document
When the next screen opens you’ll then be able to tap the signature button which is once again positioned at the bottom right corner of your screen. You also have the option to add text and markup the document
Step 3: Save & send your document
When you’re all finished, go ahead and tap “Done”. The Mail app will automatically create a reply to the original email with your signed document attached. Type your email message to respond to the sender and then send it off as you usually would.