With SignHouse you can build + edit documents and go beyond just signing them. On the other hand, you can't enjoy a document editor at Signaturely.
Create, edit and electronically sign documents online with your team, as well as offline. Unlike Signaturely, you can sign documents offline as well with us.
With SignHouse's lifetime deal offer, you can create and edit PDF documents forever in just one payment. Think of it as a long-term investment.
At SignHouse, we're only working with legally binding eSignatures. You can create your electronic signature, add it to documents, and send them for signing. With our tool, you won't have to pay any extra or hidden fees to get a digital certificate.
Send documents for signing and check on their status regularly. With SignHouse, you can see when somebody has opened the documents you've sent, as well as when they electronically signed them. Keep track of your file's progress.
Change your online signature software without any hassle. Switching from Signaturely to SignHouse means that you'll get to work ASAP since we're taking care of all the technical details that come with changing tools.
SignHouse is built and dedicated for every niche industry. Whether you're working with a small or a large team, know that our document editor and eSigner are optimized to fulfil your needs: any industry of type of team.
Good question! We'd like to say that SignHouse is the go-to option for eSignatures, but we have to keep a fair comparison. Hence, here's our honest answer:
Both Signaturely and SignHouse offer free plans, collaboration and teamwork features, unlimited documents to be signed, email reminders, and other useful tools.
But while Signaturely is mainly focused on eSignatures, SignHouse helps you achieve more than that, with the drag and drop document builder and other relevant features.
Let's compare the two side-by-side and help you decide on which one to pick.
Signaturely doesn't have a document builder. SignHouse does, and it's easy to use.
SignHouse does more than just electronic signatures. You can use our PDF editor to construct and edit all sorts of documents.
In our library of PDF tools, you're going to find all sorts of free features that you can use to update and customize your documents.
Either upload your already-existing file and update it, or start a new document from scratch.
By signing up to Signaturely, you'd basically miss out on all of these features, as they don't have a document builder. On top of it, they don't have all of these free PDF tools.
If your signees have to attach anything else besides the file that they're returning with their eSignature, know that it's easy to request and upload email attachments with SignHouse.
For example, if your signees need to attach a picture of an ID, an invoice, or any other document, they can upload almost any multimedia file.
Signaturely doesn't have an 'email attachment' feature, which means that you'd have to use multiple services and spend more time to send all of your files via email when eSigning.
SignHouse allow you to share documents with your team without counting this feature as an extra. On the other hand, Signaturely doesn't.
You'd have to be on a plan that's at least $40 per user per month to be able to share documents with your teammates.
We're helping you do that easier and for less money per user per month.