Customize 100% of the body of the emails
While you can currently customize about 90% of the emails EchoSign sends out with your logo, header, footer text, message, etc., it would be terrific to be able to customize it all the way to 100%
Eric Scott commented
This is extremely important to me as sending these agreements is often the first e-mail I send to a new client, quoting for a project. I would not only like to see the body of the e-mail fully customizable but also (*very important*) to be able to customize the subject line too.
Liz Silberlicht commented
This would be a great feature, and adding to that, if the message area could be more prominent, or we could change the location of it, so that our customers don't overlook it, it would significantly cut down on all the phone calls I get to explain what this is all about. I am in construction, and many of our subcontractors are not very computer-savvy.
I want this too.
Outstanding service provider!
علي علوش commented
Thanks for the input, we will review this.
~Amy Wang, Adobe EchoSign PM
Would like the option to remove the email address for signer 2 from the message body of the email to signer 1 (as in: "after you e-sign the [insert contract name], the agreement will be forwarded to [insert signer 2 email address] to e-sign". Perhaps this could simply be replaced with signer 2's name.
Reasoning: we're an entertainment agency that sets up contracts between artist (signer 1) and promoter (signer 2) – since we're "middle-man", we're meant to be dealing with all correspondence on either party's behalf, and don't want to promote an email relationship between the two parties at this stage, or indeed at any point.
Definitely want to have the option to add the signer's email address to the email notification subject line. It would enable us to easily map the status of a document to our customers' data in our Filemaker database.
This is actually very important for us, because the current language is goofy, at best:
Title: "John Doe Has Sent You Company Name Offer of Employment to e-Sign"
Body: "After you e-sign the Company Name Offer of Employment, all parties will receive an emailed signed copy (PDF)."
It makes sense with "the" prior to the document name, but is awkward in the title text.
This would make this other idea possible http://ideas.echosign.com/pages/21617-echosign-general/suggestions/305167-allow-alternative-purposes-acknowledge-approve-?ref=title
It's a 2-fer-1.