is a well-rounded word processor that makes it easy to work collaboratively with classmates or co-workers. Docs also keeps your work backed up, securely stored in your Google Account.
And as Engadgets Cherlynn Low recently tweeted you can also use it to sign documents.
This is more of a solution than an officially supported feature of Google Docs, so it takes a few extra steps to make it happen. But yes this is a real signature, and not only you write your name and it saves you from having to connect a third party service to your Google account or ̵1; for shame – have to print a document to sign, then take one photo it and put it back on an email.
1. To sign a document, start by importing it (usually an attachment) to Google Docs and opening it … as a Google Doc.
2nd With the document open, click Insert > Drawing > New .
3rd Click the down arrow next to the linear tool and select Scribble .
4. Draw your signature and click Save and close when done.
5th Your signature appears in the document as an image that you can resize to fit on the line and drag to the right place.
I tried to recreate this process using Google Doc's mobile app, but couldn't find the option to insert a drawing. So, because right now, you need to use a computer to add your John Hancock to a Google Doc.