You know that virtual dance you have to do when someone asks you to sign a document? The print, sign, and scan dance—or the open in Adobe, try to e-sign, re-save as a new file, and hope the signature shows up dance? Well, friends, those days are over.
It now takes less than 30 seconds to sign a contract, and you don't even have to leave your browser window. Once you install Hellosign's plugin for Gmail, hello brave new world. You can e-sign, date, and even fill in a form, all from your inbox. As soon as you're done, it's attached in a reply email, and you're ready to cross that off your to-do list.
You can use the plug-in for anything from employment agreements to rental contracts, and all signatures are legally binding.
Not yet convinced? Watch this short video.
TopicsSyndication , Tools & Skills , Job Skills , Tech , Tech Skills , No Seriously—Do This Now By Alex Cavoulacos
Alex is the President & Founder of The Muse, where she focuses on the growth and operations of the fast-growing business and pursuing constant innovation. Her book The New Rules of Work, written with her co-founder Kathryn, came out in April 2017. Outside the office, Alex can be found on her road bike or deep in a book. She also loves productivity hacks more than candy.More from this Author