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Introduction to Oneflow

This article is an introduction to help Oneflow contract recipients familiarize themselves with Oneflow.

What is Oneflow

Oneflow is a digital platform that makes it easier to create, send and sign digital contracts using electronic signatures. We collaborate with various companies that either use our services as is or integrate their products with Oneflow.

Open contract

For you as a Oneflow contract recipient, a typical case would be the following:

  1. You will receive an email from your counterparty with a link to a contract. 
  2. To open the contract in the Oneflow app, press the Open button in the email.


    To open a contract, you do not need to be a registered Oneflow user.

Contract features

  1. The contract information and counterparties. To show more information about each participant, hover over their name. To edit your information, hover over your role and click the edit icon.
  2. Save button (when gray) or Sign (when green). 

Options menu

At the bottom right part of the window, you will see the Options menu with the following options:

  • The Send notifications on contract updates checkbox.


    When unchecked, all notifications related to the contract will be disabled.

  • The No thank you, not interested option to reject the contract.
  • Oneflow Terms of Use.
  • Link to our Help Center.

Edit contract

Unlike PDF documents, Oneflow contracts are interactive and allow you to fill in the information and make choices right in the contract itself.

Depending on how your counterparty has designed the contract, you may have to fill in information och choose the contract. Oneflow is safe to use, and no details filled in are ever shared with third parties outside the contract.
Fill in the information and save your changes to sign the contract!


The Sign button will appear instead of the Save button after all changes are saved.

At the top of the page, you will find

  • Audit trail where all changes and interactions made with the contract are logged. See more in the Audit trail article.
  • Comment section where you or other counterparties can leave comments.
  • Settings where you can select the contract language, set up the contract due date and reminders. 

Sign contract

Once you're done with reviewing and editing the contract and agree with all its terms and conditions:

  1. Click Sign
  2. Read the notification that appears and, if you agree, click Sign. 
  3. Congratulations, you have signed the contract!
  4. All contract participants will receive a notification that the contract has been signed and need to sign it.
  5. Once all contract participants sign the contract, you will receive an email notification with the link to the signed contract. Click Open to open the contract.

Download contract

Once you open the contract, the following message will display:

  1. Click Download as PDF to view the PDF version of the signed contract.

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