The signmarker tag is used to allow the integration with third parties that provides digital signing services.

The signmarker tag could be used to add the possibility to sign certain documents digitally. To accomplish that, first you would need to add the signmarker tag in your code, close to where the actual signature would be located.
This will allow to sign the documents through an external provider, which will be able to pick the information given to the signmarker to that end.

{% signmarker name:"Steve" %}

As you can see in the example from above, there is no visual impact of adding this tag, neither in the Preview or in the Export View (only an empty line it's visible added).


The signmarker tag should never be created between input comment tags, because in that case it won't be exported to the PDF file.







The previous list shows all the possible parameters that could be assigned to the signmarker tag. You can assign as much of them as you need, but only once each.
Considering this, you would need to create one signmark tag per signature in the document (this, of course, could be accomplish combined with FOR loops if needed).

You can also pass previously assigned variables to the parameters, like this:

{% signmarker name:auditor_name email:auditor_email role:auditor_role %}

To see an implementation example of this tag, you can visit the Silverfin Community.