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API Reference

Account Access

USER   Contains information about a user account and its settings

Action Type Endpoint
Login GET /v1/user/login
Retrieve Account Details GET /v1/user/
Update Account Settings PUT /v1/user/userSettings
Update Notifications Settings PUT /v1/user/userSettings

Document Controller

DOCUMENTS   Contains information regarding documents that are to be signed

Action Type Endpoint
Create a Document POST /v1/documents/array
Bulk Sign Using a Template POST /v1/templates/use/{docID}/
Retrieve Template Report GET /v1/documents/{docID}/childrentags
Retrieve Document GET /v1/documents/{docID}
List Documents GET  /v2/documents/search2
Use Template to Create a Document POST /v2/templates/sign/{templateID}

Folder Management

FOLDERS   Contains information regarding folders and how to create, rename, delete and list them.

Action Type Endpoint
Get List of Document Folders GET /v1/folders
Get List of Template Folders GET /v1/folders/template
Create a Folder POST /v1/folders
Rename a Folder PUT /v1/folders/{folderId}
Delete a Folder DELETE /v1/folders/{folderId}


If you want Signority push the result to your server when the document is finalized, you need to set the document.documentSetting.postBackURL.
For example: Document.documentSetting.postBackURL = callback_URL/document_id
If the postBackURL is empty, Signority will not push the document back to your server
Notify Method : POST <Signority sends two requests to your server, one is to push the document in JSON to your server, another is to push the signed files back to your server. If it doesn’t meet your requirement, please contact us.>
You can set a different URL for each document.


Term Definition
Base URL Defined to be: https://sign.signority.com/api
Document A set of files that need to be signed. A document is like an envelope
Files A document contains one or more files, of which can be signed by a signing party
Tags Tags locate on the specific page at a specific location. Tags are fields for the signers to fill in or sign
docID The ID of a document, can be viewed either through a request or by looking at the URL of the document
fileID The ID of a file, can be viewed either through a request