Dropbox has an integration feature with Adobe Sign. This will allow you to send documents for signature from your Dropbox and have the signed copy saved in Dropbox.
The instructions below will guide you through sending a document for the first time / setting up the Adobe Sign Account Authentication.
Note: This can be done AFTER you have access to Adobe Sign
Go to Dropbox
Click the Share options drop-down
Select Connect apps
Click the Connect button that corresponds to Adobe Sign
Click the CSU Fullerton button
If you do not have a Fullerton AdobeSign account:
- Email [email protected] with the subject Adobe Sign Access Request
Click the Log in link
Click the Company or School Account option
The page will refresh to show your document uploaded and ready for you to process
After you have send your document for signature, you will be presented with a confirmation screen that will give you a couple of options:
- Return to Dropbox - This will take you back to where you started in Dropbox
- Track Agreement - This will take you to the Manage tab in Adobe Sign to manage your agreement.
- Change Designation Folder - This will allow you to specify another location in Dropbox where you would like the completed form to be stored. (Optional)
After you have connected to Adobe Sign, the next time you click the Share drop-down to send a document Adobe Sign should be listed as an option.
Account Authentication Inactive
The relationship between Dropbox and Adobe refreshes as long as you continue to use the integration.
30 days of inactivity will cause the relationship to be deemed inactive, and "forgotten".
If this happens, you will need to follow steps 1-7 to authenticate again.