Do you have documents to sign? You don’t need to worry about printing, scanning, or even downloading a third-party app. You can sign PDFs right on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Using the macOS markup features in Quick Look or Preview, you’ll be able to add a signature directly from your iPhone or iPad. All thanks to the magic of the Markup tool, you can easily create a handwritten signature and use it to sign PDFs and photos from iPhone and iPad
This is great, especially if you have an iPad from 2018 or later, as they all work with some version of the Apple Pencil, allowing you to create a completely accurate signature for use on your Mac.
sign a document on iPhone and iPad using a PDF
- Open the Files app and select the PDF document.
- Tap the Markup icon.
- Select the + icon and tap Signature.
- Sign using a finger or a compatible stylus.
- Tap Clear to start over and Done once you are satisfied.
The signature will show up in the document.
- Resize if needed, and move it to the desired location.
- Long-press the signature to Cut, Copy, Delete or Duplicate the signature.
- Tap Done to save
Sign a scanned document on iPhone using the Notes app
Unfortunately, you can’t insert a signature into a plain note. The feature is only available if you scan a document via the Notes app or add a photo or PDF into notes
- Tap and open the scanned document/PDF/Photo in the Notes app.
- Tap the Share icon at the top right.
- Select the Markup option from the share sheet.
- Hit the +icon at the bottom right and select signature.
- Now, create a signature or select from saved signatures. Tap Done to save the changes.
Sign a Documents with photos on iPhone
- open the Photos app and open the photo or document you want to sign.
- Tap Edit at the top right.
- Here, select the three-dot icon at the top right.
- Tap Markup → + icon → Signature.
- As shown in previous sections, select a signature → edit it → tap Done → hit Done again to confirm changes.
Sign and send documents through Apple’s Mail app
Received a file in your mail that needs a digital signature? Well, you can manage that from Apple’s native Mail app itself.
- tap the file to open/preview it
- select the Markup tool
- repeat the following explained step in the previous section to complete task
How to Sign PDFs on Mac
Again the Markup device acts the hero. Nonetheless, you can’t contact the screen of your Mac, so how can you sign your name or initials on the specked line?
Strikingly, Apple has joined three brilliant routes in the Preview application to assist you with doing. How about we look at them.
Add a signature to a PDF on Mac Preview
- Open the document with Preview.
- Go to the page where you need to sign.
- Click the Markup icon at the top right.
- Next, hit the Signature icon.
- Select the signature from the list or click Create Signature.
Sign documents in the mail on Mac
You can straightforwardly sign PDFs and photographs connected in a mail. Interestingly, you are not limited to the local Mail application. Practically all outsider mail applications support the element.
- Open the mail with the attachment you want to sign.
- Double-click the attachment; it will open in Preview.
- Now, click the Markup icon → Signature → Add Sign
- Save the copy on your Mac and reattach to share it.
How to create a transparent signature on Mac
For what reason would I require a duplicate of my mark without foundation? Since you can’t sign word archives or documents of different configurations with the Markup.
Additionally, you might need to sign your advanced craftsmanship, add a customized mark to mail, or something. This stunt can assist you with doing that and then some.
- Take a random screenshot of your screen.
- Open the screenshot in Preview and click the Markup tool.
- Click the Instant Alpha tool (the wand-like icon).
- Drag your cursor across the photo until it turns completely pink.
- Now, press Delete on your keyboard twice without releasing the cursor. (38)
- Insert your signature in the empty frame and expand it as much as possible.
- Finally, go to File from the menu bar and click Export.
How to delete saved signature from iPhone, iPad, and Mac
Try not to need to hold the mark for security reasons, or just had a great time marking, and presently you require a tidy-up? Whatever the explanation, here are the means by which you can do it.
From iPhone and iPad
- Open any PDF file or photo and invoke the Markup tool.
- Tap the + icon → Signature and select Add or Remove Signature.
- Here, tap the – icon → select Delete.
- Tap Done to exit.
- Open a document or photo with Preview and click the Markup icon.
- Click the Signature icon and simply take the cursor to the signature.
- Select the X icon to delete it.