Using the Easy Document Signer (EDS) - Button State Macro

To customize the appearance of your signature on the document, install the app, and use the “EDS - Button State” macro in the macro browser.


Parameters

Parameter

Description

Button Name

You can find all document related buttons in the dropdown menu. Select the name of the button you want to display on a specific place within the document. Just remember that you can assign only one button per Button State Macro. *This is a required parameter.

Unsigned Button Text

Define your text for unsigned buttons.

The text displayed on the document will consist of the name of the chosen button i.e. "Created", and the text you assigned for the "Unsigned Button Text" parameter i.e. "is not signed". The default text for the "Unsigned Button Text" is "is unsigned".

Button Page Appearance

Dropdown options:

  • UserNameText

  • SignatureImage

  • UserIconImage

Button Page Appearance Options

Option

Description

UserNameText

This option is useful if the user wants to print and sign the document on a piece of paper.

The assigned button in the Button Name parameter should be signed first. After the assigned button has been signed, your preferred signature appearance option (i.e. UserNameText, SignatureImage, UserIconImage) will be displayed on the place where you set the Button State Macro.

First line of the signature:
The current date of signing the button will appear first followed by a comma. The user can change the current date in the sign-dialog (View Sign Dialogue) if he/she wished to do so. The location/place will follow after the comma, which the user can define or change in his/her user profile settings (View User Profile). This location is applied by default to every sign action. The user can change the location for the specific sign action in the sign dialogue (View Sign Dialogue).

Space for the signature:
This open space can be used to sign the document if the document has been printed.

Last line of the signature:
The name and surname (references to the name that is defined as the user in Confluence)* of the user who signed the button will appear on the last line of the signature, followed by a comma as well as the position of the user (that can be defined in his/her user profile) (View User Profile). This position is applied by default to every sign action. The user can change the position for the specific sign action in the sign dialogue (View Sign Dialogue).

*There are two names: User and Username in Confluence. User is in general the full name, and username is the shorter version i.e. (bod or liz etc.).

SignatureImage

This option is useful if it's not required to print the document and if the user already loaded his/her signature image in the user profile section (View User Profile).

The assigned button in the Button Name parameter should be signed first. After the assigned button has been signed, your preferred signature appearance option (i.e. UserNameText, SignatureImage, UserIconImage) will be displayed on the place where you set the Button State Macro.

First line of the signature:
The current date of signing the button will appear first followed by a comma. The user can change the current date in the sign-dialog (View Sign Dialogue) if he/she wished to do so. The location/place will follow after the comma, which the user can define or change in his/her user profile settings (View User Profile). This location is applied by default to every sign action. The user can change the location for the specific sign action in the sign dialogue (View Sign Dialogue).

Space for the signature:
The SignatureImage will be displayed here. The user can set his/her signature in the user profile section (View User Profile).

Last line of the signature:
The name and surname (references to the name that is defined as the user in Confluence)* of the user who signed the button will appear on the last line of the signature, followed by a comma as well as the position of the user (that can be defined in his/her user profile) (View User Profile). This position is applied by default to every sign action. The user can change the position for the specific sign action in the sign dialogue (View Sign Dialogue).

*There are two names: User and Username in Confluence. User is in general the full name, and username is the shorter version i.e. (bod or liz etc.).

UserIconImage

This option can be used for informal documentation while still showing which state has the assigned button.

The assigned button in the Button Name parameter should be signed first. After the assigned button has been signed, your preferred signature appearance option (i.e. UserNameText, SignatureImage, UserIconImage) will be displayed on the place where you set the Button State Macro.

First line of the signature:
The current date of signing the button will appear first followed by a comma. The user can change the current date in the sign-dialog (View Sign Dialogue) if he/she wished to do so. The location/place will follow after the comma, which the user can define or change in his/her user profile settings (View User Profile). This location is applied by default to every sign action. The user can change the location for the specific sign action in the sign dialogue (View Sign Dialogue).

Space for the signature:
The UserIconImage of the user who signed the button will be displayed here.

Last line of the signature:
The name and surname (references to the name that is defined as the user in Confluence)* of the user who signed the button will appear on the last line of the signature, followed by a comma as well as the position of the user (that can be defined in his/her user profile) (View User Profile). This position is applied by default to every sign action. The user can change the position for the specific sign action in the sign dialogue (View Sign Dialogue).


*There are two names: User and Username in Confluence. User is in general the full name, and username is the shorter version i.e. (bod or liz etc.).