Training for Adobe Sign; transition from Docusign

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Adobe Sign is an electronic signature platform that can be used to sign documents electronically, and route them to others for electronic signature. Adobe Sign is replacing Docusign at CSUCI. Information Technology Services, in conjunction with the Division of Business & Financial Affairs, is working to complete the migration of existing Docusign forms into Adobe Sign by June 1.

To support this transition, starting this Friday, March 27, Information Technology Services (ITS) will be offering 2 Adobe Sign training workshops on a weekly basis.


Workshops are free and open to University faculty and staff.  Each workshop is 60 minutes and will be held via Zoom.

Part 1 requires no prior Adobe Sign experience, and covers the basics of sending existing forms, signing forms, and introduces routing of ad-hoc forms.

Part 2 requires completion of the Part 1 workshop, and covers form design, templates, and workflow.

UPDATE 4/14/2020: a new Part 3 workshop has been added. For participants that have completed Part 1 & 2 training, the Part 3 workshop is offered in an open "virtual office hours" format. Participants are encouraged bring their forms, processes and general questions for discussion. Participants also can get help with building forms from CSUCI Adobe Sign support staff.

Faculty & staff may RSVP for Part 1, 2 and 3 workshops here. Registrants will receive a link to the Zoom session.

If you have any questions regarding Adobe Sign, please visit the Get Help with Adobe Sign page to submit a support request, or call the Solution Center at 805-437-8552.

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