This document describes the structure of an email Template and the tokens that appear in it. If that sentence didn't make any sense to you, take a step back and read What are all these #{{{things}}} in my Email Templates? The functionality we're talking about in this document is available only to Admins of Professional and Enterprise edition accounts.

The Clickwrap Acceptance Notification is sent to Signers after accepting the emails in a Group (if you've set up the Group to send it). You can enable the acceptance notification email by going to the Settings tab on the Group and toggling the Send a confirmation email to the signer after contracts have been accepted switch to on. 

Here's an example of a branded Clickwrap Acceptance Notification email that is sent when a Signer checks the agreement box or when your application sends an "agreed" event via our JavaScript library and API:

Variables used in the Clickwrap Acceptance Notification Template:

The following variables are used in the Template (required and optional are denoted):

  • #{{{brand.logo_url}}} and #{{#if brand.primary_color}} — if we have set up your account to have a customized brand with logo, a primary, and secondary color, your brand logo and primary color will be populated here. Otherwise, this will not render. Optional, as you'll likely use your own logo and colors.
  • #{{{contract_title}}} — this includes the name(s) of the Contract(s) accepted by the Signer. If multiple Contracts are accepted via clickwrap or Hosted Form, this will be a comma separated list. Recommended to keep in the HTML.
  • #{{date_accepted}} — the date the Signer accepted the terms. Recommended to keep.
  • #{{#each contract_urls}} — this will loop through an object contract_urls that includes url and title for each Contract accepted as part of the clickwrap. Recommended to keep.
  • #{{this.url}} — the URL to access the public Contract in the Legal Center. Recommended to keep.
  • #{{this.title}} — the title of the Contract accepted by the Signer. Recommended to keep.
  • #{{company_name}} — this is the name of your Site (usually a company name). Optional to keep the variable, but we do highly recommend you keep this information in your HTML in some fashion.
  • #{{company_address_street}} — the street address attached to your Site, which can be defined in your Site Settings. Optional to keep the variable, but we do highly recommend you keep this information in your HTML in some fashion.
  • #{{company_address_city}} — the city defined in your Site, which can be defined in your Site Settings. Optional to keep the variable, but we do highly recommend you keep this information in your HTML in some fashion.
  • #{{company_address_state}} — the state defined in your Site, which can be defined in your Site Settings. Optional to keep the variable, but we do highly recommend you keep this information in your HTML in some fashion.
  • #{{company_address_postal_code}} — the zip code/postcode defined in your Site, which can be defined in your Site Settings. Optional to keep the variable, but we do highly recommend you keep this information in your HTML in some fashion.
  • #{{company_address_country}} — the country defined in your Site, which can be defined in your Site Settings. Optional to keep the variable, but we do highly recommend you keep this information in your HTML in some fashion.

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