Posted on November 2, 2015
SigningHub v6.3 has been released with the following features and enhancements:
A number of user experience improvements have been made to document preparation and template creation. Templates can now be saved at any stage of the document preparation.
A signed Workflow Evidence Report is now created for each completed document. This is a PDF report that details all the actions that affected the document during the workflow, including who performed the action at which date and time and their IP address. The report is signed with a long-term system digital signature.
An Archive folder is now available and users can manually move documents to this folder to clear their active folders. A new document management feature controlled by the user’s Service Plan can also be configured to automatically move older documents to the archive folder.
A new housekeeping feature configurable in each Service Plan can now automatically delete old untouched documents. SigningHub notifies each user via email before deleting such documents.
A new recipient role called Editor has been created. A recipient with the Editor role can add initials or fill form fields but is not required to sign. This allows one user to fill-in a document for sign off by another user.
PDF form creation now supports adding date fields, radio buttons and check boxes.
Users can now be bulk invited by the Enterprise Admin to join an Enterprise service plan using a CSV file. When they accept they are automatically added as a contact.
Contacts can now be added in bulk using a CSV file.
Each document has a Document Log and each user has an Activity Log, these have both been enhanced to provide even more detailed audit information.
Initials and In-Person signature fields can now be replicated to the same location on one or all pages.
Single Sign-On (SSO) is supported for OAuthv2, SAMLv2 and Active Directory based login authentication methods. For example, when using SigningHub for Salesforce or SigningHub for SharePoint apps a user will not need to re-login to view, prepare or sign documents in SigningHub.
A new Mobile App SDK is available for Android and iOS platforms, this allows 3rd parties to tightly integrate with SigningHub document viewing and signing functionality into their own native mobile apps. The SDK is both brand-able and multi-lingual.
A number of performance improvements have been made, the most noticeable are: the home page document list is displayed faster; and when a document is opened it is rendered more quickly.
Session timeout handling has been improved, a user is notified when their session is about to expire, they can choose to stay connected or logout immediately. If the user doesn’t respond then they are automatically logged out after anything they were working on is saved.
Granular role based access management is now supported in SigningHub Admin.
A special option is available for local signing using Belgian eID cards without using signed Java applets.
SigningHub installer allows Windows Authentication option to connect with SQL Server.