OneSpan Sign offers many features that you might find useful when building your custom solution. We've got you covered with some great examples that will help you get the most out of integrating OneSpan Sign into your application.

External Signer Verification

This section displays a signing sequence diagram, which illustrates the process of External Signer Verification.
The intended audience for this information is any developer who has a good knowledge of an External Verification Provider that they want to integrate with the Application Backend.
The sample Java code discussed in this section illustrates how to use the Integration SDK to integrate the OneSpan Sign Application Backend with an External Verification Server.

Account Settings

This guide will show you how to delegate access your OneSpan Sign account to your senders.
This guide shows you how to retrieve your group summaries.
This guide will cover how to create/manage groups and add a group signature on your document.
This guide will show you how to send a password reset email to your account member.
This guide covers how to manage your senders in your OneSpan Sign account.

Customization

This topic describes how to customize the New Signer Experience with your own colors and logos.
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The following guide shows you how to handle OneSpan Sign exceptions.
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The following guide shows you how to retrieve the Thank You Dialog content.
The following guide covers how to make API calls to OneSpan Sign through a proxy server.

Event Notifications

This guide shows you how to create a simple callback event notification listener.
This guide shows you how to utilize JavaScript Event Notifiers when embedding Signing Ceremony into an iFrame.
This guide will show you how to setup callback event notifications.

Packages

This guide shows you how to configure the expiry date.
The following guide shows you how to configure the language at both package/transaction and signer level.
This guide shows you how to create a designer session.
The following guides shows you how to add custom data attributes to your documents.
This guide shows you how to create a transaction(or template) on behalf of another user in your account.
The following guide shows you an example of how to customize the e-mail message received by a signer when a package is sent for signing.
The following guide demonstrates how to modify the status of a package.
This guide will cover how to setup reminder schedules.
The following guide shows you how to retrieve packages with a range of dates.
This guide shows you how to add custom data to your package.
This guide shows you how to retrieve, update, archive and delete your packages in OneSpan Sign.
This guide shows you how you can sign all documents in one call.
This guide shows you how to retrieve the package and signer status.
The following guide shows you how to specify a time zone for the account, sender and transaction levels.
OneSpan Sign has created Digital Lending Solution that can store chattel paper and other contracts (e.g., loans) in a digital vault. This topic describes how to do so.
This topic is intended for a REST API Integrator and describes how to set package settings for mortgages.

Reports

This guide shows you how to retrieve the completion report.
The following guide shows you how to retrieve the delegation event report.
The following guide shows you how to retrieve the current application version of OneSpan Sign.
The following guide illustrates how to retrieve contact information for OneSpan Sign's Technical Support on a particular package.
The following guide shows you how to retrieve e-Notary Journal entries.
The following guide shows you how to retrieve the usage report.
This guide will cover how to use the audit service to get the audit information for a transaction.
This topic is intended for an SDK Integrator and describes how to work with templates.
This topic is intended for SDK Integrators and describes how to differentiate between SDK exception types.

Signatures and Fields

This guide shows you how to inject fields on your PDF document with OneSpan Sign.
This guide will go over how to use the document extraction feature to extract the fields in your document.
This guide covers how to manage custom fields in OneSpan Sign.
This following guide shows you how to enforce your signer to draw their signature on a particular capture signature.
This guide covers how to validate fields in OneSpan Sign.
This guide covers how to retrieve field values after they have been entered by your signer.
This guide shows you how to add, update, and delete fields.
This guide shows you how to use the position extraction feature in OneSpan Sign.
The following guide demonstrates how to get all signatures for a package.
This following guide shows how to set a signature as optional.
This guide shows you how to extract a sender's capture signature from an account and a signer's capture signature from a package.
This following guide shows you how to add, update, and delete signatures on your documents.
This guide will cover how to use text anchor extraction to position your fields on your document.
The following guide shows you how to use the Text Tag extraction feature.

Signing Ceremony

This guide shows you how to use markdown in custom UI messages.
This guide will walk you through the new signing ceremony UI components.
This guide covers how to customize the OneSpan Sign signing ceremony.
This guide shows you to get the signing url for a signer.
This guide shows you how to store extra data as part of the evidence summary.
This guide shows you how to customize the thank you summary page.
iFrames can be used to integrate 's Classic User Experience or New User Experience into a third-party application. This topic provides you with some of the best practices you should use while doing so.
On some browsers, most notably Safari, if the default security setting is set to Allow from Current Website only, you may not be able to open the Designer or Signing Ceremony. This topic describes how to fix that.

User Authentication

The following guide shows you how to create user, sender, and signer authentication tokens.

Signers

This guide shows you how to sign all documents in a transaction on behalf of a signer.
This guide shows you how to allow a signer to be changed during the ceremony.
This guide will show you how to request, download, and accept/refuse file attachments with OneSpan Sign.
The following guide shows you how to enable delivery of signed documents through email to your signers.
The following guide shows you resend the signing invitation email.
This guide will show you how to retrieve the opt-out and declined messages.
This guide will go over how to add additional authentication to verify the identity of the signer.
This guide covers how to manage your signers in your OneSpan Sign packages.
This guide covers how to create and update a signer workflow in your package.
This guide shows you how to specify a signer as notary.
This following guide shows you how to unlock a signer from a Signing Ceremony.

Documents

This following guide shows you how to create a consent document.
This guide will show you how to manage documents in your OneSpan Sign packages.
The following guide shows you how to configure the Document Visibility feature.
This guide covers how to create and update a document workflow in your package.
This guide shows you how to retrieve your documents.

Templates and Layouts

This following guide shows you how to create a package from a template.
This guide shows you how to use the OneSpan Sign FastTrack feature.
The following guide shows you how to add, update, and remove placeholders in templates.
This guide shows you how to retrieve, update, and delete your templates.
This guide will show you how to create a template from scratch and from an existing document package.
This guide will cover how to create, retrieve, and apply layouts on documents.

Mobile

This topic is for iOS SDK Integrators. It describes the server and client configurations that must be done to use iOS SDKs, and provides the SDK downloads needed to run e-signature processes from iOS mobile devices.
This topic is for SDK Integrators. It provides some code samples that can be used for basic mobile features, such as configuring the SDK, signing up, and creating and editing transactions.
This topic is for SDK Integrators. It describes some of the issues you may encounter while using OneSpan Sign iOS SDKs, and where available provides solutions to those problems.
This topic is for Android SDK Integrators. It provides some code samples that can be used for basic mobile features, such as configuring the SDK, signing up, and creating and editing transactions.
This following guide shows you how to allow signers to use their mobile phones to sign capture signatures.