If you're just getting started with OneSpan Sign, these simple, step-by-step guides will walk you through the basics of using OneSpan Sign with the API or SDKs, such as creating/sending your first package or checking the status of a package and downloading documents.

Introducing OneSpan Sign

OneSpan Sign currently offers two User Experiences, the Classic and New User Experiences.This topic provides basic information on these different experiences, and provides links for further information.
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Navigating the UI

Start here to learn how to send OneSpan Sign transactions. Topics include logging in, navigating the UI, and account information.
Learn how to use the OneSpan Sign login page, including how to sign up, change languages, or recover a password.
This topic describes the Dashboard, which provides an overview of your OneSpan Sign activities.
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This topic describes the Prepare Transactions page.
This topic describes how to manage transactions and the Transactions page.
Learn how to use the OneSpan Sign My Account page, including how to edit your personal information, change your password, or create a signature.
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This topic provides information on the various OneSpan Sign reports that are viewable on the Dashboard.

Transactions

This topic describes how to create a transaction. A transaction is the experience of a user as they review, accept, sign, and potentially download documents.
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Describes how to add documents to a transaction. A transaction is the experience of a user as they review, accept, sign, and potentially download documents.
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This topic describes how to view all existing recipients of the transaction's signing invitations, to change various settings for those recipients, and to add other recipients to the transaction
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This topic describes ways of validating the identity of the recipient of an invitation to a transaction before they can access the transaction's documents.
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The Designer section allows you to view each document, to add signatures and other fields to it, and to assign visibility permissions to the documents.
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Describes how to add signature fields to a document. Fields enable the placement of additional data in a document at the time of signing.
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The Access Delegation option enables a user to delegate access to their transactions to one or more other users on their account
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Templates and Layouts

This topic describes how to create a template to automate future transactions. A template enables you to predefine signers, documents, and signature fields.
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This topic describes how owners of OneSpan Sign Accounts can fully customize all emails sent by the system to end-users and administrators. Using variables, the Subject, Body, and To fields of each email template can be customized for each language supported by OneSpan Sign.
This topic describes how to create a layout. A layout enables you to save a prepared document for future reuse.
This topic provides a list of alternate methods that can be used to send OneSpan Sign emails.
This topic lists some of the different ways customized OneSpan Sign emails can be sent to end-users and administrators.
This topic describes how owners of OneSpan Sign Accounts can use DKIM to send emails by the system to end-users and administrators.
This topic provides a list of the default email templates that are provided by OneSpan Sign.

Mobile

This topic describes how to create a transaction using our mobile app.
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This topic describes how to prepare documents using our mobile app.
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This topic describes how to use the Library. The Library is a repository for documents you may need to use often.
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This topic provides system requirements and describes how to create transactions while offline
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