Easily download and print your online waiver

Candace Woodbury
Candace Woodbury

Using online waivers can save you time, space, and money. WaiverSign offers many great features that do just that. One is the ability to store unlimited electronic waiver documents indefinitely, allowing you to retrieve them within a matter of seconds from your secure “Cloud Vault”.

We know that there will be situations when you may need to download or print a signed document. We’ve made it easy for you to locate, download as a .pdf file, and print any signed document directly from the "signed documents" section in WaiverSign or directly from the guest’s record in just a few clicks.

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    Do I have the ability to export all my customers’ signed online waivers?

    At any time you can export all signed online waivers from the "signed documents" section in WaiverSign. With just a few clicks you will have downloaded all your documents as .pdf files organized together in a .zip file.

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    Candace Woodbury

    Easily download and print your online waiver

    By Candace Woodbury

    Candace is a Support Specialist for Resmark Systems and WaiverSign. Her passions include finding a great cup of coffee, reading, journaling, and pastel painting. She also enjoys spending time outdoors hiking and paddle boarding with her husband and two Norwegian Elkhounds.
    The information provided in this “How to download my online waiver” article is for informational purposes only, and the author and WaiverSign make no representation that the contents will effectively protect any legal rights or satisfy your legal obligations, including but not limited to personal or corporate liabilities. In order to protect your legal rights, you should consult an attorney. The resources herein, including all verbal and written content, are not provided as legal advice to you, and should not be relied on as such.
    *All information is accurate as of April 2020.