The 5 main signature methods

Find out how to get your learners to sign in, and which one best suits your needs.

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Written by Elliot Boucher
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To get your learners to sign in, remember to create your attendance sheet in advance 😉

To ensure the validity of your attendance sheets, they must not include a pre-recorded signature, either for the speakers or the learners. Here's a list of Edusign's possible signature solutions - the choice is yours!

Edusign offers 5 different ways of signing attendance sheets, to suit all your needs, whether you're working remotely or in a classroom:

1️⃣ Email signature.

The email signature mode is the most widely used on Edusign! 😎

And rightly so! Signature email is just as practical in the classroom as it is remotely. All the learner has to do is sign.

This mode of signing requires no application installation, and is the easiest and quickest to use remotely. It is also practical for short face-to-face training courses.

Last but not least, the email signature mode enables you to have a learner sign after the end of a training session (catch-up).

Available directly from the attendance sheet on the admin and instructor platform.

2️⃣ QR code

This signature mode is very useful for signing in person. The QR code changes every 5 seconds, making the signature more secure.The QR code signature mode requires learners to have the Edusign application.

This signature mode is ideal for long training courses.

The instructor can project the QR code, which changes every 5 seconds, and learners can scan and sign to confirm their attendance.

Find out how to get your learners to sign by QR code.

3️⃣ 8-digit code

The PIN code and signature link are easy to share. They enable you to sign the attendance sheet without logging on.

This mode is perfect for classroom use, but can also be used remotely.

Available on the instructor and admin platform.

Simply ask your learners to go to the link displayed and enter the session's unique pin code (automatically generated for each attendance sheet), in order to select their name and then sign.

4️⃣ Speaker or administrator device.

Very useful in face-to-face sessions, if a learner is unable to connect, doesn't have a cell phone or simply hasn't been able to sign in at the time of the session, the lecturer can sign the learner in from his or her device.

It is also possible to have the learner sign in via the administrator area.

5️⃣ Share link.

From the Administrator platform, you can share a link leading directly to the attendance sheet, so that learners can select their name to sign in.

This link can be accessed by clicking on the small share button in the top right-hand corner of the relevant session.

To find out more, visit our help center.

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