The past couple of months we have been working hard on improving our solution and getting more and more customers onboard.
Here is a summary of everything we have released since February.
We added support for three new languages
We welcome the Baltics (Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian) to Scrive. We now support 16 (!!) languages.
Split main file and attachments
You can now add attachments without merging them to the main document.
Before, if you had a 4-page document and a 70-page attachment (e.g. Terms and conditions) these two documents would be merged into one big file when the main file had been signed.
It is now possible to keep these files separated after the document has been signed.
To keep these two files connected without merging the document, we hash the attachment using SHA-256. Then we add the hash inside the evidence package (that is digitally sealed). Therefore, it is impossible to alter the attachment without breaking the hash.
Manually interrupt auto-scrolling
You can now manually interrupt auto-scrolling when signing a document.
Update previews of the signing page
We have updated the previews of the signing page in places like the emails and branding.
Signing deadline date in the CSV export (from the idea board)
You can now see the deadline for signing in the CSV export. From our idea board! ideas.scrive.com
Drop support for IE8
We have dropped support for IE8 since Microsoft have stopped updating it with security fixes.
Show arrow on top of overlay if needed
If we need to display the arrow even if we have added an overlay (maybe you got lost?), the arrow will lead the way even in the overlay darkness.
“Select next party” in its own section
We added Select next party in its own section.
We have now implemented semi-native selects so using pick list are much easier.