Template Links: How To Access & Send Them

Template Links are reusable links that allow people to get a copy of their own document to complete. If you are sending the same document to several people, for instance, template links will enhance your workflow by allowing you to place them in emails, on websites, forms, etc.

Get a Template Link

You need to create a template before you can access the template's link. Once you've done that, go to your Templates dashboard and click on the "Use" button and then click "Get Template Link":

Clicking "Get Template Link" will give you access to the link which you can then copy: 

If at any time you'd like to disable the template link so that the recipient/s can't access it anymore, click on the drop down arrow next to the "Copy Link" button and switch the "Disable Link" button from "no" to "yes":

From this drop down, you can also switch the document owner to someone else on your team:

After you've copied the link and pasted it to the desired place (email, website, what have you), your recipient/s will click on the link and be prompted to enter their name and email to complete the document:

Once they hit "Continue," they'll be emailed a new document to complete (just like if you had sent it to them).

Set Default Signers

If you would like to automatically have you or someone on your team be a part of every document, you'll need to "Set Default Signers," which can be done by editing your template. Click on the "Set Default Signers" button on the left hand side of the sending defaults dialogue box:

Then add the name/email address of anyone that you want to automatically be a part of those documents and click "Save Preassigned Contacts":

Now, when you send a template link that you or another team member is already a part of, they will automatically be a part of that document and you won't have to add their contact information each time you share the link.

Fun Facts About Template Links:

  • You can use template links even if there is more than one person on the document. 
  • You can share a single link in one area and have multiple people sign it; thus, greatly impacting your ability to get your documents sent and signed quicker and more efficiently.
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