WaiverSign Review: Why Use It?

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As we mentioned earlier, you can get access to all of your signatures from anywhere digitally — you can even do this from a mobile device. You can also bundle various documents together so they only have to enter their contact information once. The reason we love this feature is that truthfully, some may see it as a hassle to fill out a form to begin with, so whatever reduces the barrier to use and makes the process more streamlined, the better.

Because we have various events — both on and offline — we love that we can sift through and search for waivers which have been signed for a specific event only. Bravo — this is a godsend for event organizers. You can also assign a group coordinator (or have it sent to yourself) so you are notified as soon as someone (or group members) sign the waiver. AND, it shows their key data points for easy reference as well.

If you want even more, there’s a section for contact info, aka think a database integration of sorts. Why is this useful even if you have a separate database program? This personal and demographic information is both secure and you can tap into who has opted in to receive newsletters and add them to your email list with an easy and simple export.

Wanting to have the waiver in a different language? You can offer your document and signing instructions in multiple languages and the set-up is fairly seamless from what we can tell. BTW, we didn’t have time to try this feature yet but hope to later this summer when travel is lifted and we start to work with those in Europe and Asia on physical events again.

One of the other easy features we like — a convenience thing — is the ability to create an online waiver link to one or more documents and have it allocated to whatever event you wish. OR, if you’re a healthcare, coach or holistic practitioner or healer, you can also create a specific liability or other waiver document that you always use for one-on-one sessions with your clients.

You can also easily edit the document at any time if you have changes down the road.

Another feature which makes it dead easy for users is the ability to specify where to include their initials to accept/decline a clause you wish to add. This is a huge time saver.

We mentioned the custom branding above (colors and logo) but there are other cool customization things available too, which is great for companies with more complex departments, needs or for example, if they target vertical markets. In this case, you’ll want as much personalization and customization as possible depending on your audience.

For example, you can build your digital waiver with unlimited question fields including checkboxes, dropdowns and text boxes. You can also export your electronically-collected participant data and your waiver documents at any time. There are 16 standard fields to choose from, including name, address, phone, and date of birth, as well as custom fields that you can create to gather additional information.

Source: weblogtheworld.com