In the wake of the pandemic, remote work is here to stay.

Even if businesses bring workers back to the office, the way that companies create and sign contracts are more important now than ever before.

If you’ve been using HelloSign as your electronic signature platform, you might be surprised to find other, more e-signing tools on the market today.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at 15 of the best HelloSign alternatives to consider.

Let’s jump in.

Exploring e-signing options

Next to PandaDoc, HelloSign is one of the most trusted, web-based electronic signature tools on the market today.

HelloSign is used by digital brands big and small. The software is primarily designed for electronic signature capture rather than full-scope document creation.

Instead, HelloSign supports users at the end of the document creation process by allowing users to upload documents, prepare them for electronic signature, and send them to customers for a final review and signoff.

This “final-step” approach is common with many HelloSign competitors that you’ll see below — but keep an eye out for alternatives that offer more flexibility during the document creation process.

PandaDoc, Adobe Sign, GetAccept, and others take a more holistic view to document creation and signoff.

While we’ll cover these options in more detail below, figuring out what you need from your e-signature platform will go a long way in helping you find the best fit for your business.

01. PandaDoc

PandaDoc

Cost: $29 per user/month for Essentials; $59/month for Business; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 5/5

Functionality: 5/5

Support options: 24/7 live chat support, email support, product knowledge base.

Platform availability: Online, iOS, Android.

Free trial: Yes; 14 days. Free plan also available.

HelloSign PandaDoc
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X All plans
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations Limited
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately
Document generation and editing X
Document analytics and insights X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X

Key features

  1. Full-scope document and form creation using the built-in PandaDoc document editor.
  2. Secure e-signature and payment collection helps you capture signatures and payments on all relevant business documentation.
  3. Unlimited template creation, allows for a granular, flexible, and customizable library of sales documents, contracts, and more.

We’ll be the first to say that our opinion is a little biased, but we feel that PandaDoc is the best HelloSign alternative that you’ll find on this list.

PandaDoc is a full-scope document creation platform designed to assist you at every stage of your sales document or CLM process.

We offer plans and pricing that scale with your business, so anyone from freelancers to multi-national corporations can access the tools necessary for success.

While we offer e-signature solutions (just like HelloSign), PandaDoc also provides tools to assist with branding, document revisioning (redlining), storage, and much more.

Plus, because we offer payment capture as part of document distribution, you can capture payments, set up automatic client renewals, and much more.

We also offer a free 14-day trial and live chat support, so you can try before you buy and always get help when you need it.

Why switch to PandaDoc?

If you’re looking to do more with your e-signing solution, PandaDoc offers an experience that goes far beyond most other HelloSign alternatives you’ll see on this list.

The reason is simple: Unlike HelloSign, PandaDoc offers “from-scratch” document creation as part of its platform.

Using the PandaDoc document editor, you can start from a blank page and generate custom sales collateral, contracts, forms, and much more.

When using a platform like HelloSign, this documentation must be created offline — typically in a word processing tool — and then uploaded as a PDF for final review and preparation. With PandaDoc, everything happens in one place.

But that doesn’t mean that you need to reinvent the wheel each time you want to send a sales document. Import a document that you already use, modify it to taste, and save it as a template for fast and easy duplication.

HelloSign allows you to do the same thing, but you only get somewhere between 5 and 15 templates unless you’re willing to pay enterprise pricing.

With PandaDoc, you get unlimited templates. Design to your heart’s content, and distribute pre-approved sales docs and contracts to your team so that all of your documents maintain a consistent look and feel.

With PandaDoc, it’s just that easy.

If you aren’t interested in document creation, you should give our Free eSign plan a try. With that plan, you can send an unlimited number of documents and collect payments at no charge.

02. SignNow

HelloSign alternatives: SignNow

Cost: $20 per month/user for Business; $30 for Business Premium; $50 for Enterprise.

Ease of use: 4.5/5

Functionality: 4.5/5

Support options: Email, Phone.

Platform availability: Desktop, iOS, and Android.

Free trial: Yes.

HelloSign SignNow
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X
Automated workflows X
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately
Document generation and Editing X
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Onboard document generation tools (not from-scratch creation) can help you compile multiple documents into a final document for distribution.
  2. Bulk sending tools are available at lower costs when compared to HelloSign and many other competitors.
  3. Connection with airSlate Business Cloud can provide additional tools for document creation and upkeep with minimal additional expense.

Formerly known as CudaSign, SignNow will allow you to easily generate documents in the cloud, build automated workflows, and get paid by clients. The e-signature feature comes with different roles, and you’ll get notifications as soon as recipients sign a document.

Price is a major selling point, as well. With an annual commitment, prices drop dramatically from $20/month to $8/month for single-user plans and $15/month for premium plans.

The app offers a wide variety of features, including integrations with Microsoft Teams, Google Workspace, and others, as well as built-in document variables and bulk sending options available at a much lower cost compared to other companies.

Compared to HelloSign, SignNow focuses on acting as a powerful e-signature platform while connecting you to a more holistic document solution at the same time: the airSlate Business Cloud.

SignNow also offers a greater number of templates at much lower tiers, but it lacks some of the workspace automation tools that you’d see in HelloSign.

That’s because many of those tools are pushed to other apps inside the airSlate Business Cloud.

You’ll also find some editorial tools that can be useful when editing PDFs, but users who have used PandaDoc or Adobe Sign will find these tools lacking by comparison.

For HelloSign users, especially those looking to do a little more with bulk sending and template creation, SignNow is a good choice.

03. GetAccept

HelloSign alternatives: GetAccept

Cost: $15 per user/month for Essential; $49 per user/month for Professional; Enterprise pricing available.

Ease of use: 4.3/5

Functionality: 4.6/5

Support options: Email, chat, phone, knowledge base (varies by plan).

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes; also offers a free account.

HelloSign GetAccept
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail Unlimited
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations Limited
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately $
Document generation and editing X Limited
Document analytics and insights X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X Limited

Key features

  1. Sales-focused features designed to assist teams when meeting clients, reviewing documents, and closing deals.
  2. Powerful free plan allows you to begin taking advantage of many sales enabled features within the app at no cost.
  3. Built-in document editor allows you to create some documents from scratch and save them as templates for later use.

GetAccept is a cross between a sales enablement platform and a document generation tool.

While the ability to request and capture electronic signatures is very much a part of this tool, it only represents a fraction of the platform’s capabilities.

In many ways, this tool is more similar to PandaDoc than HelloSign.

You’ll be able to create documents from scratch — although, from testing, we can say with confidence that GetAccept’s onboard editor isn’t as refined as our own just yet.

Separately from the document creation process, GetAccept also doubles as a saleroom where you can collaborate with customers and interact directly to push deals over the finish line.

The distinctions are critical when comparing HelloSign and GetAccept because the offering that you’ll see from each platform is very different.

HelloSign is an end-of-process app designed around digital signatures. GetAccept is a sales enablement and document management platform that is both more robust and more focused on the sales process.

You’ll need to have a clear understanding of what you’re looking for in a HelloSign alternative before picking up this software. Similar to PandaDoc, GetAccept can handle much more than electronic signature capture, and using it for that one objective may be excessive.

04. Signeasy

HelloSign alternatives: SignEasy

Cost: $15 Essentials, $25/month for Team, or $40/month for Business; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 4.6/5

Functionality: 4/5

Support options: Email and/or chat support only.

Platform availability: Online, iOS, Android.

Free trial: Yes; 14-day free trial.

HelloSign Signeasy
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail
Templates 5 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately $
Document generation and editing X X
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Only offers limited document editing capabilities after the initial import is complete.
  2. Limited template generation, especially for lower-tiered plans.
  3. Integrates with Google Workspace on lower-tiered plans, but Office 365 and Salesforce ($) restricted to Business plan.

Compared to HelloSign, Signeasy is a great option if you’re looking for something familiar but with a different look and feel to the signing process.

From the perspective of features, Signeasy doesn’t offer a ton of value that you wouldn’t already get from HelloSign.

Both signing solutions offer some automated workflows and CRM integrations, and they limit the number of templates that you can create until you reach a premium or enterprise-level plan.

At higher-end plans, the product offering diverges slightly. Signeasy offers a great selection of native integrations while many of these features are paid add-ons with HelloSign.

The pricing can also be a bit of a misnomer if you aren’t paying attention. HelloSign’s Standard plan is listed as $25/month, but it starts with a minimum of two users.

Signeasy also offers a Business plan at $25/month, but it requires a 3-seat minimum, so it’s actually $75/month if you sign on with an annual subscription.

Like HelloSign, Signeasy only offers limited document editing in the form of drag-and-drop fields for e-signing and final preparation. Aside from a change of scenery, you’re likely to find these products very similar.

05. DocuSign

HelloSign alternatives: DocuSign

Cost: $10/month for Personal, $25/month for Standard; $40/month for Business Pro; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 4.6/5

Functionality: 4.5/5

Support options: Ticketing; other support options vary by plan.

Platform availability: Online, iOS, Android.

Free trial: Yes; 30-day free trial.

HelloSign DocuSign
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail 100
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X
Automated workflows $
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited $
CRM integrations Limited
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately
Document generation and editing X X
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X $

Key features

  1. Number of sent documents restricted by arbitrary envelope limit. Sending more than one hundred envelopes per year will incur additional costs.
  2. Extremely versatile integrations allow you to connect DocuSign to the rest of your tech stack (including some very obscure software tools) with relative ease.
  3. Limited document editing and modification limits this platform to e-signing rather than document creation or editing.

In many ways, DocuSign is the quintessential e-signing experience. Most other document signing companies, like HelloSign and SignEasy, are in a similar mold and offer similar tools to the DocuSign platform.

As an e-signing tool, DocuSign does a great job. The interface is slick and simple, and HelloSign users will feel right at home here.

While these two tools offer similar features at similar price points, DocuSign doesn’t limit templates and offers superior integrations.

The level of support that both companies offer is also similar, with each company providing basic support at no additional cost while providing paid support plans for individuals who want phone and chat assistance.

Past the basic signing solution, DocuSign users have ways to scale up that aren’t possible with HelloSign.

DocuSign provides the Agreement Cloud to help organizations connect and automate the way that they prepare, sign, and manage document agreements.

However, DocuSign eSignature is still the company’s flagship tool, used by millions across the globe. Despite its limitations, if you’re looking for a simple and straightforward e-signing solution, it’s hard to go wrong with DocuSign.

06. Eversign

HelloSign alternatives: Eversign

Cost: $9.99/month for Basic; $39.99/month for Professional; $79.99/month for Professional Plus; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 4.8/5

Functionality: 4.3/5

Support options: Email, phone, knowledge base, chat.

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes; free plan available

HelloSign Eversign
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail
Templates 5 $
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited $
CRM integrations
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately
Document generation and editing X Limited
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial Free plan available
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Built-in SMS credit allows for 2-factor authentication while signing documents.
  2. Free API credits enable low-volume API automation on regular plans (API plans sold separately).
  3. Custom-branding solution withheld until Professional Plus plan, markedly higher than other tools.

If you’re looking for an affordable solution for businesses at any scale, Eversign is a notable contender. The platform offers a completely free plan for limited e-signing and scales up to enterprise-level solutions to accommodate larger organizations.

But eversign doesn’t stop with e-signatures. This solution gives you all the tools you need to securely manage your documents in the cloud, manage business contacts, keep your team in the loop, and automate your work with a fully-fledged REST API.

While HelloSign does offer similar features, eversign gives you free (limited) access to its API with every plan (including the free plan).

The company also sells API plans separately if you want to take advantage of that feature as part of your document process.

In many ways, both eversign and HelloSign offer similar functionality, so the tools should be familiar for users interested in switching.

07. SignRequest

HelloSign alternatives: SignRequest

Cost: €9 per month (1 user) for Professional; €15 per month (1 user) for Business; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 4.5/5

Functionality: 4.5/5

Support options: Email, phone, and virtual meetings.

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes; 14 days. Also offers a free account.

HelloSign SignRequest
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail
Templates 5 Unlimited
Activities notifications
Payments collection X Enterprise only
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately $
Document generation and editing X X
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial Unlimited
24/7 customer service X Only Business

Key features

  1. Cost-effective plans allow very small teams to take advantage of pro-level features while keeping costs low.
  2. Bulk sending options are available as pay-as-you-go sends or as part of an annual bundle package, giving additional versatility to document distribution.
  3. Custom landing pages help you control the signer experience with a personal touch after the signing process is completed.

If you’re shopping on cost, SignRequest is definitely one HelloSign alternative to consider. While HelloSign and SignRequest offer similar levels of performance in the digital signing space, SignRequst keeps prices much lower by comparison.

The platform offers a variety of great options, from pay-as-you-go bulk sends to customized landing pages that help you close out deals with a personal touch.

They also offer free audit trails, unlimited template creation, and even payment collection (Enterprise plans only).

You’ll also find the ability to send attachments and request attachments from signers, securely store documents, and integrate with most of your favorite apps through Zapier.

While HelloSign does offer some of the features, they do so at a much higher price, often requiring multi-seat minimums to access their most desirable features.

SignRequest takes the complexity out of seating arrangements and makes things simple — and it does so by charging extra.

08. Adobe Sign

HelloSign alternatives: Adobe Sign

Cost: $9.99 for individual users with plans up to $29.99/month for teams.

Ease of use: 4.5/5

Functionality: 4.5/5

Support options: Email, phone, ticket, chat.

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes: 14 days.

HelloSign Adobe Sign
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail 150
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X
Automated workflows Enterprise only
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited X
CRM integrations Limited Enterprise only
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately X
Document generation and editing X With Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X Only chat

Key features

  1. Intuitive PDF editing allows for fast and easy document customization after upload.
  2. Document limits may restrict the effectiveness of this software if you need to send a high volume of documents each year.
  3. Prebuit integrations limited until Enterprise plan, restricting the ability for smaller teams to integrate this product into their existing tech stack.

Adobe Sign is one of only two products on our list (the other is Foxit eSign) that empowers users to edit PDF documents while preparing them for final signature.

HelloSign and most other e-signing platforms provide very limited editing capabilities, typically by allowing users to draw text boxes and white out specific lines of text.

That’s not the case with Adobe Sign. With Adobe, you’ll have full editorial control over PDFs.

That’s a major advantage during negotiations and when making corrections and adjustments to documents that have already been uploaded to the platform.

There are some drawbacks, however. Like DocuSign and several other brands, Adobe does place limits on the number of documents you can send.

Plus, many of the prebuilt integrations that they provide are only available on enterprise-level plans, meaning that smaller companies may struggle to integrate Adobe with their current tech stack.

09. RightSignature

Hellosign alternatives-Rightsignature

Cost: $15 per month for Standard users (1 team member); $75 per month for Advanced users (3 team members).

Ease of use: 4.5/5

Functionality: 4.5/5

Support options: Email, ticket, phone, online knowledge base.

Platform availability: Online, iOS, Android.

Free trial: Yes: 14 days.

HelloSign RightSignature
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows X
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations $
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately Limited
Document generation and editing X X
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Send, share, and sign documents while maintaining total control over file visibility and access.
  2. Multi-party signing makes it easy to send documents to several signers at once and accelerate deals quickly.
  3. Guided signing workflow reduces confusion and keeps everyone on the same page throughout the signing process.

RightSignature is one of the more straightforward plans on our list.

The Standard plan allows for basic sending and signing with some limited integrations to upload documents through standard services like Google Workspace or Dropbox.

The Advanced plan expands the capabilities of the standard plan. It’s a three-seat team that provides the ability to create shared templates, brand your document, and monitor team statistics.

Compared to HelloSign, however, RightSignature feels somewhat inflexible around its product offering. The plans on offer seat either one or three users, and you don’t have the option to add or subtract seats.

The Advanced plan is potentially more cost-effective if you have exactly three users who have sending and signing needs, but it’s only a savings compared to other platforms if all seats are filled and the needs are there. Otherwise, jumping into more flexible pricing may be a better fit.

10. DocSend

Hellosign-alternatives-Docsend

Cost: $10 per user/month for Personal; $45 per user/month for Standard; $150 per user/month for Advanced; Enterprise pricing available.

Ease of use: 4.5/5

Functionality: 4.3/5

Support options: Chat, email, phone, knowledge base (varies by plan).

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes: 14 days.

HelloSign DocSend
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail Unlimited
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations
eSignature API (including Sandbox API) Priced separately $
Document generation and editing X Limited
Document analytics and insights X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Digitally watermark sensitive documents to prevent unwanted sharing and protect sensitive details.
  2. Use deal rooms to share and sign multiple documents simultaneously rather than sending paperwork one email at a time.
  3. Full-text searching makes locating clauses and phrases within your documents simple and easy.

DocSend is another Dropbox company (like HelloSign), but it takes a slightly different approach to e-signing and the tools that it provides to users.

Where HelloSign is there to help you sign and send documents on an individual basis, DocSend is focused on helping you get signers into deal rooms where they can view, share, and sign multiple documents simultaneously.

And that’s a major difference. Many of the tools that you’ll get with DocSend, like the ability to watermark sensitive documents or quickly search all documents with an intuitive search tool, are really there to help you do more with your paperwork.

DocSend makes it easy to loop signers in on sensitive documents that provide context to deals while helping you minimize risks to security and confidentiality.

11. Foxit eSign

Hellosign-alternatives-Foxit_esigngenie

Cost: $96/year for eSign; $300/year for eSign Pro; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 4.9/5

Functionality: 4.6/5

Support options: Phone, chat, email, ticket, knowledge base.

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes; 14-day trial converts to free plan.

HelloSign Foxit eSign
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail Depends on plan.
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited $
CRM integrations
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately Limited
Document generation and editing X Limited
Document analytics and insights X Limited
Free trial
24/7 customer service X $

Key features

  1. Document limits based on user count may limit the effectiveness of this software if you need to send a high volume of documents each year.
  2. Document reporting tools help you better understand document workflows, notify signers, and maintain order throughout the signing process.
  3. Desktop software version (priced separately) is an option compared to Foxit eSign cloud-based service.

Foxit eSign (formerly eSign Genie) is a great e-signing program that is unique for the range of products on offer. The company offers PDF readers, eSigning tools, and PDF editors both in a cloud- and desktop-based format.

Like Adobe Sign (mentioned above), Foxit is one of the only signing tools out there that bridges the gap to PDF editing.

You’ll have more flexibility with Foxit than you would with HelloSign, especially if you need to do more than e-sign documents.

With the cloud-based tools, you’ll be able to set up workflows and track documents through their entire lifecycle.

Overall, Foxit’s approach to e-signing is more holistic than what you’d see with HelloSign. The platform covers more aspects of document preparation and signing, and it does so at a formidable cost.

12. eSignly

Hellosign-alternatives-esignly

Cost: $12/month for Professional; $18/month for Business Premium; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 4.9/5

Functionality: 4.6/5

Support options: Phone, chat, email, ticket, knowledge base.

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes; 15-day trial converts to free plan.

HelloSign eSignly
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail Unlimited
Templates 5 Limited
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited $
CRM integrations X
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately
Document generation and editing X Limited
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial Unlimited
24/7 customer service X

Key features

  1. Unique approach to plans and seating is both cost-effective and highly scalable.
  2. Limited integration options can make this platform difficult to integrate with the rest of your tech stack.
  3. Lack of mobile signature capture may create difficulties when working on the go.

One of the most interesting aspects about eSignly when compared to any other e-signing solution comes down to how the platform handles seating.

With eSignly, companies only need to pay for the type of seat that a user needs in order to do their job effectively.

While one member will need to pay for a Business (Team) plan, everyone else may fit comfortably on the Pro or Free plan, depending on what they need to do with the software.

For users who just need to sign a few documents each month, the Free plan will be enough.

For signers who need to do a little more, the Pro plan is probably best — but users only need to sign up for the plan that best suits their use case.

If you’re looking to save money with your signing solution, eSignly’s unique approach will stop you from spending money paying for additional seats with features you may not use.

However, there are some downsides. Compared to HelloSign, this platform lacks versatility when it comes to signing on mobile.

There are also very few integration options, and most of what the platform offers is centered around document storage.

If you’re looking for an app that will integrate easily with your tech stack or help you catch signatures on the go, eSignly isn’t it.

Barring those two issues, the scalability of this signing solution definitely make it worth a look.

13. OneSpan Sign (eSign Live)

Hellosign-alternatives-onespan

Cost: $20 per user each month, paid annually; Enterprise plans available.

Ease of use: 4.7/5

Functionality: 4.7/5

Ideal users: Small businesses to enterprise-level companies.

Support options: Email or phone, only available during standard business hours.

Platform availability: Online, iOS, Android.

Free trial: No; Demo only.

HelloSign OneSpan Sign
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately
Document generation and editing X
Document analytics and insights X X
Free trial Demo only
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Close connections with identify verification helps to ensure authenticity related to signing agreements and secure transactions.
  2. Advanced workflow tools, while powerful, may feel like overkill for users who just want to sign documents.
  3. Bulk send, video signing, and other tools are available as paid add-ons and are wholly exclusive to OneSpan’s e-signing approach.

In many ways, HelloSign’s signature tools are modeled after DocuSign and other standard signing platforms.

OneSpan Sign, formerly eSign Live, takes a wholly different approach by combining e-signatures with identity verification and compliance.

While HelloSign will be the right fit for many users, OneSpan sign offers advanced signature protocols and combines identity verification with signing options.

You can use SMS, leverage login credentials, and even use digital signatures or biometric comparisons to authenticate signed documents.

OneSpan Sign is also one of the only tools that we’ve seen offering a white-labeling option for customers who want to wholly own the signing experience.

Offline signing is possible, along with paid extras like bulk send and video signing.

If you’re looking for a signing platform with a stronger emphasis on security that you can see for yourself, OneSpan Sign is a great option for you.

14. Formstack Sign

Hellosign-alternatives-formstack

Cost: $18/month for Starter; $29/month for Pro; Enterprise pricing available.

Ease of use: 4.9/5

Functionality: 4.8/5

Support options: Email, phone, knowledge base (varies by plan).

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes: 14 days.

HelloSign Formstack Sign
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail Unlimited
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM Integrations Limited
eSignature API (including Sandbox API) Priced separately $
Document Generation and Editing X Limited
Document Analytics and Insights X X
Free trial
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Part of the Formstack Platform, a full suite of document and form editing tools.
  2. Limited form creation for rapid data and e-signature collection through fast document replication.
  3. Limited users will vastly restrict application usefulness for brands looking to scale.

Formstack takes a wholly separate approach to e-signing when compared to HelloSign. For starters, you’ll be able to create unlimited signatures, documents, and e-signatures with templates.

If you’re looking for a straightforward, no-frills way to sign documents without being bogged down by arbitrary limitations, Formstack’s approach here will appeal.

The platform provides advanced branding options on the Pro plan, along with reusable form generation and the ability to send documents via text/SMS for signature.

However, there are two caveats. Formstack Sign is part of the Formstack Platform, which means that some of the other capabilities normally provided by e-signing companies (like API access and CRM integrations) are limited. The platform will also use those limitations to push you toward the entire platform.

The connectedness with other Formstack products makes Formstack Sign stand out, and it gives this platform a different feel and flavor compared to HelloSign.

If you’re looking for more robust document creation, it’s definitely worth a look.

15. Yousign

Cost: $13/month for Starter; $35/month for Plus; $55 for Pro; Enterprise pricing available.

Ease of use: 4.6/5

Functionality: 4.5/5

Support options: Email, phone, knowledge base (varies by plan).

Platform availability: Online, all devices.

Free trial: Yes: 14 days.

HelloSign YouSign
Legally-binding eSignatures with audit trail Unlimited
Templates 5
Activities notifications
Payments collection X X
Automated workflows
Custom branding for documents, templates, and emails Limited
CRM integrations X
eSignature API (including sandbox API) Priced separately Priced separately
Document generation and editing X Limited
Document analytics and insights X Limited
Free trial
24/7 customer service X X

Key features

  1. Advanced eSignature options designed to serve the European market and eIDAS.
  2. Limited integration make connecting YouSign to your tech stack difficult.
  3. Comfortable interface for signature tracking and document management.

Yousign is primarily set up to serve European markets (it’s designed and hosted in Europe), but it may still be a great fit for US businesses who are looking for strict compliance and a great feature set.

Overall, Yousign is similar to HelloSign in a number of ways. Both have very limited document editing and analytics tools, and both price their API plans separately.

However, there are some distinct differences as well. HelloSign is a clear winner when it comes to integrations.

Yousign’s lack of integrations makes it difficult to combine with your tech stack. Though Yousign says that integrations with popular apps are coming soon, those options aren’t available right now.

On the other hand, Yousign’s interface is far more comfortable to work with, and the features that they provide make signature tracking and task management easy.

Plus, the standardization around Europe’s eIDAS Regulation means that the signing tools that Yousign implements are slightly different from what you’d see with a US-based company.

Especially if you’re working primarily with European clients, Yousign’s approach to e-signatures is fast, simple, and highly compliant with EU regulations.

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And there you have it, 15 great HelloSign alternatives to take a look at in 2022.

Most of the signature tools on our list are great candidates if you’re looking for a feature-for-feature swap. HelloSign, like DocuSign and others, occupies a very specific niche within the document lifecycle process.

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