Nitro Sign for Salesforce
The Nitro Sign for Salesforce app lets you request eSignatures on your sales contracts and other documents directly from Salesforce. You can also view the status of signature requests, and send reminders or cancellations for pending signature requests.
You can now use Zapier to simplify your Nitro Sign workflows. Zapier is a workflow automation tool, which is connected to thousands of popular apps. You can automate workflows between Nitro Sign and any of these apps to remove the manual effort of repetitive, everyday tasks.
You can now send documents for signature or self-sign using Nitro Sign from within SharePoint Online. Once your signature request has been completed, the signed document will be automatically saved back to your SharePoint site. Download the free Nitro Sign app for SharePoint to get started.
Save to Nitro Sign
Your PDF files can be accessed at any time if they have been saved to Nitro Sign. To save and access files, you must be logged in to your Nitro Cloud account.
Request an eSignature from Nitro Pro
Documents can be sent for signature directly from within Nitro Pro. You must be logged in to your Nitro Sign account to use this feature.
Nitro for Dropbox
You can also use Nitro to sign, convert, organize, and optimize your documents directly from within Dropbox.
Microsoft Word Integration
You can now upload and send documents for signature through Nitro Sign directly from within Microsoft Word by enabling the Nitro Cloud Add-in.
Microsoft Power Automate Integration
You can now use Microsoft Power Automate to simplify your Nitro Sign workflows. Power Automate is Microsoft’s workflow automation tool, which is connected to hundreds of popular apps, including the full Microsoft online product suite. You can automate workflows between Nitro Sign and any of these apps to remove the manual effort of repetitive, everyday tasks.
Open and Save files via Online File Storage Integrations
Nitro Pro provides support for a range of file storage integrations. This lets you easily access Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive so you can open or save files.