Set Up Signing From Google Drive
Signing directly from Google Drive is possible with a plug-in that is available to Skribble Business customers. If you haven’t set up Skribble for your company yet, check this guide.
With the Skribble Electronic Signature plug-in, companies, departments, and teams can sign and get documents signed directly from their favourite tools. You can set up the plug-in just for yourself or for the entire company. However, we recommend company-wide implementation, which we describe below.
To connect Google Drive with Skribble Business, you’ll need:
Google Drive admin access
Skribble API credentials
Skribble Electronic Signature plug-in
We recommend that the Google Drive admin sets up the Skribble Electronic Signature plug-in. Skribble Business admins might not have all the necessary rights to finish the setup.
Step-by-step guide for Google Drive admins to connect Google Drive with Skribble
Before starting, make sure you have Skribble API credentials (username and API key) ready.
You can get these from your company’s Skribble Business admin. Skribble Business admins: click here for guidance.
Go to G Suite Marketplace to get the plug-in
You’ll need to allow access to finish installation.
Click Allow if you agree
After installing the plug-in, finish the setup to connect Google Drive with Skribble. You’ll need Google Drive admin rights for this.
Go to Google Admin Console
Log in using your Admin account
Navigate to Apps, then Google Workspace Marketplace apps
Go to Skribble Electronic Signature
Scroll down to Go to Skribble Electronic Signature for configuration
Select your Admin account from the list
Enter Skribble API credentials (username and API key)
That’s it; you’ve connected Google Drive with Skribble
Everyone in your company can now sign with Skribble from Google Drive. We recommend that you inform all employees about it. Here’s a quick guide if they need a hand with signing from Google Drive.
Uninstalling the plug-in
To uninstall the plug-in from your Google Drive admin account:
Click on Settings in the upper right
Go to Manage Apps and navigate to the Skribble Electronic Signature plug-in
Click on Options and select Disconnect from Drive