Upgrade your Adobe Sign for Dropbox account to do even more.
With Adobe Sign in Dropbox, you can send PDFs and Word docs for signature directly from Dropbox, helping you get your documents signed and tracked faster and easier than ever. And if you need to send out more than five documents a month for signature, you can upgrade to one of the plans below for even more e-signature capabilities.
What is Adobe Sign?
Adobe Sign is a cloud-based, enterprise-class e-signature service that lets you replace paper and ink signature processes with fully automated electronic signature workflows. With it, you can easily send, sign, track, and manage signature processes using a browser or mobile device. Learn more
What is an electronic signature?
An electronic signature, or e-signature, is a legal way to get consent or approval on electronic documents or forms. They are legal, tested, secure, auditable, and verifiable.
Are Adobe Sign electronic signatures secure?
Yes. At Adobe, the security of your digital experiences is our priority. Industry-standard security practices are deeply ingrained into our internal culture, software development, and service operations processes.
Are Adobe Sign electronic signatures legal?
Yes. Adobe Sign meets or exceeds stringent security and legal compliance standards. E-signatures are legally binding in nearly every industrialized nation and many less-developed countries.
Do you bill based on the number of documents signed?
Billing is based on the number of users for Adobe Sign for individuals and teams plans. Adobe Sign for business and enterprise plans can be based on the number of users or number of expected transactions.
How many documents can I send each month?
Usage is dependent on the plan and can be based on a per user or per transaction model. This flexibility allows us to tailor the plan to your specific use case. All plans are subject to usage limits (“Use limitations”), which is defined in the Terms & Conditions.
Can one organization have multiple Individual accounts?
Subject to Adobe Sign contractual use limits.