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Delivery channels

Oneflow offers several ways to deliver a contract to a counterparty. 

Provided that you have enabled them, three options will be available:

  • E-mail
  • SMS
  • Same device.

Note:

Please note that only Administrators can enable other delivery methods besides e-mail.

E-mail

The most common way to deliver a contract is an e-mail. To use this method:

  1. Open or create a contract.
  2. Fill in your counterparty's e-mail address. 
  3. Add and click Send.

    Your counterpart will receive an e-mail with a link to your contract. You can sign the contract right in the application using the Sign button.

SMS

If you select SMS as a delivery channel, once you hit Send, the system will send an SMS invitation, which will cost a 1-2 SEK (depending on the length of your message).
An Administrator needs to enable SMS for your user accounts first:

  1. Navigate to Admin > Extensions and enable the SMS extensions.

To select SMS as a delivery channel:

  1. Open or create a contract.
  2. Fill in your counterparty's details, including the phone number
  3. Select SMS as the Delivery channel and click Add.
  4. When you send the contract, your counterparty will receive an SMS with a link to the contract. If they wish, they can forward the contract to their e-mail.

Same device

This delivery channel is used when your counterparty can view your offer on your device, perhaps in a store or a meeting.

To select Same device as a delivery channel:

  1. Open or create a contract.
  2. Add a counterparty and fill in all necessary fields.
  3. In the Delivery channel dropdown menu, select Same device. 
  4. Click the link provided in the right sidebar menu.
    A new tab will open where your counterparty can confirm their identity and sign. Your counterparty can also send an offer to themself by providing their e-mail address before and after signing.

Note:

The Same device delivery method will require a Signatory counterpart to confirm their identity via SMS verification or electronic identification (BankID). Read more about SMS verification and signing here.

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