What is the document ID used for?
Each document in Contractbook, disregarding its state, has a unique ID. It represents a unique string that identifies the document in our database and can always be used to refer to it.
Where can I find the ID of a draft or contract?
Each draft or contract, disregarding its state (Pending, Signed, Rejected) or origin (created by you, or shared with you), will have an ID.
You can find it under the Details sidebar in the opened document:
Where can I find the ID of a template?
All templates, disregarding whether they are your own, or have been shared with you in a Space by any external party, will always have their unique ID as well.
- Open the template and you will find its ID at the end of the URL:
- The template's ID will be located immediately after the last "/" sign, following "edit".
- You can now copy the ID and use it to identify the specific template within your library.
Read more about the usage of your Pending contract's ID in the signature process here.
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