At Oneflow, we provide four signing methods to your contracts:

Standard e-signature
This is the default setting for Oneflow verification and signing. Your counterpart receives an email with a secure and unique link to the contract, and can sign from the application by using the green "Sign"-button.

SMS-verification (To activate this signing method, you need to be an Administrator)
Your Signatory counterpart(s) will receive an SMS with a 6-digit code and then use it for confirming their identity when they sign your contract.
Of course, this requires that you provide a recipient phone number and that you have SMS enabled on your Oneflow account. Read more about enabling SMS here.

BankID (To activate this signing method, you need to be an Administrator)

Please note that this signing method is only available for users with Swedish, Norweigan, Danish or Finnish bank accounts.

This will allow you and your counterpart to sign a Oneflow contract using BankID. Signing with BankID will incur a cost of 2 SEK per signature (in Sweden), and requires that you have a BankID application installed on the device you’re using. For more information on BankID, please contact your bank.

Your counterpart can sign a contract with their private Bank ID, but your company will need to order a certificate from us. The process will take 2-7 business days, and we will contact you when your BankID is ready to use.

To order a certificate, go to Account, Extensions, Scroll to Electronic eIDs and click “Activate”. Provide us with a Display name, perhaps the name of your company or product, and click “request BankID” to send your application to us.

Manual signing
Oneflow does offer manual signing, and you may still use the benefits of the Oneflow archive and contract life cycles. But it's important to remember that no legally binding e-signatures will be created for the contract.

Go to your contract and click on "Options" in the lower right corner, and then on "Mark as signed"