We are looking for a way to present a form to a client (who is not a user in our Confluence Cloud system) and have the review and electronically sign a document for approval. Is this possible without them being a Confluence Cloud user?
Hi @dennish_dcsorg_com ,
Can you describe a bit more of your use case, and what level of assurance you need that the "right" person signed the form?
I'm asking because there is a big difference between approval processes. For example in Document Control you can require a user to provide a secret code for each approval, in addition to login.
Other approval processes just require to type in your email.
That said, the Confluence solutions I know of require login in order to identify who signed.
The problem I see is that either the Confluence site is public, and then the work orders are public; or the site is closed, and then only Confluence users can see the work orders.
If you want to keep the work orders private, the clients must already be Confluence users?
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