DocuSign Product Release Information


As part of the DocuSign Summer ’15 Release, we plan to deliver the following enhancements on June 5, 2015 unless otherwise noted. We are offering select customers this early look at some of our exciting upcoming capabilities. These enhancements will be available automatically and do not require action on your part unless explicitly stated below.

To learn more, download the release notes, or contact your DocuSign Account Manager.

Release Highlights

Extending Local Language Support

As part of our commitment to accelerate our customer's global business, we are expanding and standardizing language support across all key areas of our product. Beginning June 15, the following areas of our product will be available in English, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, and Spanish:

  • Signing (Available in 43 languages)
  • Web Application (New and Classic DocuSign Experiences)
  • Certificate of Completion
  • New Administration Experience
  • Partner Integrations (DocuSign Salesforce, DocuSign for Microsoft, DocuSign for Google)
  • Mobile (Language support varies; check the availability for iOS, Android, and Windows)
These updates will be made automatically; no action needs to be taken.
*DocuSign for Google will be available in 8 languages (English, Dutch, French, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Spanish (Latin America), and Spanish (Spain).

Signing Experience Update & Reminder

In December, we released a new and improved signing experience to make it easier and faster for your recipients to successfully complete documents. In fact, signers are completing transactions up to 66% faster with the new signing experience.

NEW DEADLINE: We have extended the deadline for customers to transition from the previous signing experience. Beginning Friday, January 8, 2016, we will automatically transition all customers to the current signing experience. Accounts will be transitioned throughout the month of January. However, we recommend you make the transition to the current signing experience as soon as possible to take advantage of the new capabilities and enjoy faster completion times. Please note, DocuSign is no longer making bug fixes to the previous signing experience.

Administrators can transition their organization via the "DocuSign Winter '15 Signing Experience" option in the Classic DocuSign Experience web application under Preferences. Detailed Information is available in the New and Improved Signing Experience Info Guide.

New DocuSign Experience

Have you tried the New DocuSign Experience yet? The New DocuSign Experience is the next generation of the DocuSign user interface for sending and managing documents. We are continuing to add powerful features to make users even more productive. New functionality includes:

  • Homepage Redesign: We've updated the look and feel of the homepage to offer streamlined usability and informative messaging about new improvements. (Available now)
  • Shared Documents: Allow other users within your account to see and act upon documents. (Available now)
  • Additional Correct Functionality*: Now users will be able to edit documents, fields, and recipients for in-process documents. (Estimated availability in July)

Using the New DocuSign Experience is completely optional and is enabled by Administrators. We recommend testing the new experience in your Demo environment to determine if the functionality meets your organization's needs. For more information, visit, watch the video, or talk to your Account Manager.

*These capabilities are not available in all plans.

New Administration Experience

Available within the New DocuSign Experience, now Administrators can manage users and account settings from this streamlined, mobile-friendly user interface (see video tour). Some advanced settings will still need to be administered in the Classic DocuSign Experience. New functionality includes:

  • Administrative Audit Logging: Evaluate and troubleshoot changes to settings, billing, and plans. (Estimated availability in July)
  • Electronic Signature & Record Disclosure: Specify disclosure text, including in the 43 different languages supported by the signing experience. (Estimated availability in June)

DocuSign Mobile

Enhanced Offline Signing: Now you can sign documents awaiting your signature without an internet connection, regardless of where they originated including the DocuSign web application, APIs, partner or mobile application. (Estimated availability July for iOS)

DocuSign for Good 2.0: We're adding several new features to the application including field placement, templates, push notifications, document management, and offline signing. Available in 12 languages, version 2.0 will also be updated to the latest version of the Good toolkit. (Estimated availability in July for iOS)

Partner Integrations

DocuSign for Salesforce

DocuSign for Salesforce 6.0: Introducing the new DocuSign for Salesforce; it's faster, easier, and more intuitive. We've redesigned the user interface and made it easier to install and configure your account. For example, now Administrators can add buttons to multiple layouts from a single Layouts page, and senders can quick add recipients. Take a walkthrough here.(Available now)

DocuSign for Salesforce 6.1: This release features localization into the 13 languages listed in the 'Language Support' section above. (Estimated availability in June)

DocuSign for Microsoft

DocuSign for SharePoint 2013 2.0: We're adding additional configuration options so that Administrators can control the naming conventions of signed documents as well as where documents are stored within SharePoint 2013. (Available now)

DocuSign for Dynamics CRM Online 3.0: Allow users to specify which attachments to sign or get signatures on and check for template match. (Estimated availability in June)

Release Notes

May 22, 2015, our Release Notes were delivered to our Demo environment. Download the Release Notes here.