What information is needed when Contacting DocuSign Customer Support?
You have several options when reaching out to DocuSign Customer Support. Please choose the best option to fit your needs.
The DocuSign Support Center is your online resource for how-to-guides, videos, FAQs and articles to help you troubleshoot problems.
Still having issues? Open a case to have a DocuSign representative give you personalized help. You may contact Customer Support in a number of ways - via chat, phone or Online support case. Please visit our Contact Support Page so we can help connect you with the best channel.
You may be prompted to log in using your DocuSign credentials (email and password). If you have multiple DocuSign accounts with the same email and password combination, you can easily switch between them once you log in. Click the account actions drop-down arrow next to your profile image and select Switch Accounts.
Connect with DocuSign customers, partners, and employees to get answers to your questions, learn, and share ideas.
To Optimize Your Support Case Handling and Turn-around Time
To ensure that the DocuSign Support team handles your request in the most efficient manner, please include all relevant information in your support case.
- Description of the issue:
- When did the issue begin?
- Has the issue occurred before?
- Are all users affected or only one?
- Provide the product version ( if applicable ).
- Provide Browser type and version ( if applicable ).
- Please describe step-by-step what you were doing when the issue occurred.
- A screenshot or a screen-recording video that displays the issue.
What to Expect
DocuSign currently offers support in the following languages:
Support may ask you to join them in a screen share. DocuSign Support currently uses WebEx meeting software.
Here is what to expect:
Note: You can join a meeting in a number of ways. The simplest and quickest is by clicking the meeting URL, which the support representative can send you via an invitation email message.
- A DocuSign Support representative may ask you to visit https://join.docusign.com.
- You will be asked to enter a nine digit meeting id (i.e. 111 222 333).
- You can choose Share Screen to get started.
How to join a WebEx meeting hosted by DocuSign?
In order to help ensure proper delivery of DocuSign support emails to your inbox, you can add @docusign.com to your email whitelist, also called the Approved or Safe Sender list. You might also need to whitelist the Salesforce IP ranges in order to receive email from a support case.
For feature specific issues, you may be asked to provide additional information.
You may be asked to reach out to the sender to correct an issue. Often times, only the sender of the document can assist you with inquiries regarding the following:
Obtain Signing Session Information to provide to customer support for signing issues.
- The contents of the document / errors in the document: For questions about the contents of the document or to request correction of errors in the document please contact the sender.
- Access codes / Authentication: If you never received an access code or are having trouble with the access code, the sender can provide the correct code or resend the envelope with a new code.
- Failed authentication: If you fail authentication three times, you must contact the sender to have them resend the envelope with a new code.
- Envelope Not Accessible / Envelope Correction In Progress: If the sender is correcting the envelope, they must finalize their corrections before you can access the document.
- Finish button does not appear: If the Finish button is not appearing, it might be due to one or more incomplete required fields. Once a page has all required fields complete – the Finish button appears. If this does not resolve the issue, please reach out to the sender of the document to ask them to investigate. One possibility is that the document has overlapping tags, which can only be corrected by the sender.
The support team provides break/fix support for "Live" DocuSign API integrations. (DocuSign Go Live Process
Break/fix support is in scope for an API integration if the following three criteria are met:
- API integrations that have an integrator key promoted to Production
- The specific issue is within the code that has been "Live" in Production
- Used to work and no longer works
Information needed when filing an issue:
- Exact date and time that error occurred
- API call that produced the error. See also: API Request Logging
- API response / error.
Single Sign-on (SSO) Issues
We recommend that you engage your DocuSign Organization Administrator/IT department for initial troubleshooting. If they need assistance, we recommend obtaining the SAML Trace
of the user experiencing the issue, when reaching out to DocuSign Support.
Partner Integration Issues
We recommend that you engage the Partner Support team for troubleshooting. Please see our Partner Solution Showcase
for contact information.
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