We’re excited to announce that we are joining forces with Signicat, a leading provider of electronic identity solutions in Europe!
Brilliant news for Icelandic users! Dokobit now supports yet one more personal identification solution – Audkenni app. From now on it is even easier to sign documents electronically in Iceland!
Splendid news to those already automating daily business tasks with Microsoft Power Automate and those who’ve been waiting to set up Dokobit signing-related processes in Microsoft products! You can now integrate signature collection with Dokobit portal connector.
We’ve got massive news for you! We’ve just updated our Validation feature in the portal and it’s now a qualified service. Validation being a qualified service, provides you with more assurance that e-signatures and e-seals on your documents are truly valid. Dive in to learn more.
We have some information for Estonian eID (or e-Residency) card users. If you are trying to log in to Dokobit portal using a smart card, sometimes an error message “Could not find any devices, please try again” is being displayed. Do not worry, we’ve got you covered.
Great news — we are colouring our Nordic map still more! After months of research and consideration, the electronic ink has dried and we’re so pleased to announce our availability to Norway citizens.
Get your phones ready, Android users – the Dokobit mobile app is here! The app’s iOS version has been available for a while now, and it was about time Android version of the app joined the team too. Here’s a reminder of how Dokobit for Mobile can simplify your document signing experience.
A few months ago, we introduced you to an accountless signing functionality – an option that allows signers to access a document without login or signup to a portal if they don’t have an account at Dokobit. Recently, we’ve improved it with more cool stuff to boost your signature collection process!
A few of the most common questions have always been about e-signature badges on PDF documents, the first being why they look as they do and the second whether they could be changed?