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Release Notes

Below are the notable changes to the Procore + DocuSign integration.

Recent Changes

Added a New 'Signed Change Order Received Date' Field To The Change Orders Tool (3/12/2018)

Updated the Project level Change Orders tool to add a new 'Signed Change Order Received Date' field for users with the Procore + DocuSign integration. This field is populated by the date the DocuSign envelope is completed  (i.e., Commitment Change Orders, Prime Contract Change Orders & Prime Potential Change Orders).

Added Notaries to DocuSign Alert Banner (3/6/2018)

Updated the BLUE DocuSign alert banner so that now, if a DocuSign envelope has recipients with notaries, the alert banner explicitly lists the signers and notaries as having Ball In Court responsibility.

Added the 'Signature' and 'Date Signed' Fields to DocuSign Envelope (2/16/2018)  

Updated the Commitments tool (Requisitions) and the Prime Contract tool (Payment Applications) to add the automatically placed "Signature" and "Date Signed" fields (tags) to the DocuSign Envelope.

Status Changes to 'Approved' After Completed DocuSign Signature (2/14/2018)

Implemented a change on the Project level Commitments tool (for work order and purchase order contracts) and also on the Project level Prime Contract tool so that now the items status changes to 'Approved' after e-signatures are completed in DocuSign.

Invoice Contact Now Populates DocuSign Envelopes for Requisitions (2/14/2018)

Implemented a change so that each 'Invoice Contact' on a commitment will automatically populate on the DocuSign envelope as a 'Subcontractor' recipient for requisitions.

Now Setting Value in Executed Field to 'No' When User Clicks Withdraw (2/8/2018)

Implemented a change that affects the Prime Contract, Commitments, and Change Orders tools so that if a user clicks 'Withdraw' on the DocuSign banner in Procore and then confirms to withdraw the Docusign envelope, the value in the 'Executed' field is set back to 'No.'

New Confirmation Messages for the Procore + DocuSign Integration (2/5/2018)

Added new confirmation messages that appear when (1) a user clicks the 'Void' button on the BLUE DocuSign Pending Banner or (2) a user clicks the 'Withdraw' button on the GREEN DocuSign Complete Banner. This new message prompts the user to confirm the void or withdraw action and appears in the Commitments, Documents, and Prime Contract tools when the Procore + DocuSign integration is enabled.

DocuSign Signature Completion Updates Change Order Status to 'Approved' (2/5/2018)

For companies using the Procore + DocuSign integration, we've updated the Project level Commitments and Project level Prime Contract tool so that now, when signatures are completed in DocuSign for a change order, its status is updated to 'Approved'. This applies to Prime Contract Change Orders, Potential Change Orders, and Commitment Change Orders. 

Added the Procore + DocuSign Integration to Requisitions (1/30/2018) 

Updated the project's Commitments tool to add the Procore + DocuSign Integration to requisitions. 

Added the Procore + DocuSign Integration to Payment Applications (1/27/2018) 

Updated the project's Prime Contract tool to team's using the Procore + DocuSign integration (see DocuSign) with the ability to sign Payment Applications. 

Added 'Edit' Button To Procore + DocuSign Integration Banners (1/19/2018) 

Added a new 'Edit' Button on the Signature Pending and Signature Completed banners that display for end users who are using the Procore + DocuSign Integration (see DocuSign). When a user clicks this button, the system reveals the Edit page of the DocuSign envelope. Banners have been updated in the Commitments, Change Orders,  and Documents tools. See What do the different DocuSign banners in Procore mean?

Added New 'Sign with DocuSign' Checkbox To Approved Change Orders (1/18/2018)  

Added a new 'Sign with DocuSign' checkbox to 'Approved' Change Orders, Prime Contract Change Orders (PCCOs), and Prime Potential Change Orders (PPCOs). Placing a mark in this checkbox enables the 'Complete with DocuSign' button. 

All Changes


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