Fill out Forms and Sign Documents on your iPad


POOR Technical Support and Customer Service – I’m currently on the phone with the 3rd Customer Service agent (CSA), trying to resolve problem logging in to my Control Panel. I’m calling from UK to US and i’ve already spent over an hour on the phone with the 2 CSAs. The first CSA told me that my account has been deleted since December 2016 due to non-payment, she later checked and saw that my payment is up to date. She continously put me on hold apprarently sorting out with the billing department and finally hung up the call after 45mins. The second CSA same scenario and she hung up the call after 15mins. Now been on the phone with the third CSA for 11mins, he’s still looking into my account. Pretty sure he’s also going to hang up :(. On thing for sure is I will never use #Ipage again. Andreas, www.opamart.com


In this video i go over how to fill out forms and sign documents directly form your iPad. Allows you the ability to avoid having to print and manually sign documents so you can sign and email them back to the sender.

Get the app and see other videos @
http://www.igadgetfied.com/2013/06/how-to-complete-forms-and-signs.html

for iPhone: goo.gl/bNqSO
for iPad: http://goo.gl/c4ym1

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5 Comments
  • Messy Jimenez
    Posted at 04:16h, 02 July

    Ronald hola oye porque cuando mando el documento por email ya haciendo los cambios no aparecen en ellos bueno el documento llega igual

  • Pam Morris
    Posted at 15:47h, 04 March

    Thank you for making such a clear tutorial…. Now if it works… Going to the App Store now.

  • wayne lord
    Posted at 00:00h, 21 January

    how do you rotate a fill?

  • Hoshi Friedrich
    Posted at 23:47h, 08 January

    hey ron – just wondering if i can save multiple copies of the same form? want to use it for membership forms at a gym. cheers

  • Shibu11229
    Posted at 16:12h, 24 November

    You said this appp can be used for scanned in PDFs. Can you demonstrate how that works?