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Home // Digital Signature Software // Core Features // Needs to View (process without signature)
Needs to View is an Invitee Type that requires to open and view the document without providing a Signature. As being part of the signing process, this Invitee type will be included in the documentation of the process.
Just like any signer in the process, needs to view Invitee can be assigned with the existing authentication methods for document access such as passcode, KBA, IDV and SMS.
With Needs to View’s additional flexibility, users can add both Invitee types: Signer and Viewer to a document as well as package document. An Invitee can be signer for one document, and a viewer on the second one.
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