Learn how to add multiple signatures or initials to text sections in a proposal.
How to Add Multiple Signatures on a Proposal
What it does: Allows you to request multiple signatures, initials and co-signatures on text pages in a proposal for your customers to e-sign.
Purpose: Allows you to get a signature and/or initials for terms & conditions, or other requirements that your customer needs to sign off on.
Prerequisites:* None, but you will only be able to access this feature in the Proposal editor.
Available On: Premium & Elite Plans
Step One: Log on to the Roofr platform, and “Proposals” on your left side navigation.
Step Two: If you’re creating a new proposal, click “New Proposal” and follow the necessary steps. If you’d like to add in-line signature to a drafted proposal search and select it.
Note: Every proposal will automatically include an e-signature request at the bottom for customers to sign off on the full proposal. In-line signatures are to get additional signatures or initials for other requirements or inclusions (payment schedules, terms and conditions, etc).
Step Three: Edit and finalize your proposal inclusions (materials, labor, markup/margin, cover image/layout, PDFs, images, customer information, etc).
Step Four: Click the “+” button on the left side navigation in the proposal editor, and then select “Text”.
Step Five: Name your new section, and add your text into the text field (your terms & conditions, for example).
Step Six: Click the “signature” button on right hand side of your text box, and select the type of signature(s) you would like to request (customer signature, co-signer signature, customer initials, co-signer initials, etc). Once added, you’ll see a bubble in your text field that includes the signature request.
Note: To delete the signature/initial request, click the “x” button in the signature bubble included in the text box.
Step Seven: Once your proposal is finalized, click the “Preview and send” button (or “Preview” if you’re working on mobile) on the top right corner.
Step Eight: Review your proposal for completeness, and ensure all the signatures are included in all the correct text pages/areas of your proposal.
Step Nine: Select the “Send to customer” button on the top right, and enter any information text you’d like to include in the proposal email.
Step Ten: Once your proposal is ready to be sent click the “Send proposal” button to email it to your customers.
Note: Once you send the proposal, your customers will get an email with a link to review and sign the proposal.