When creating a DocSend account, you will be automatically subscribed to a free 14-day trial of our Advanced plan to experience all the features DocSend has to offer!
- How to Sign Up
- Trial Limitations
- Trial Expiration
- Things to Consider
How to Sign Up
For information on how to sign up for a DocSend trial, visit our Create a DocSend Account article.
Important: .zip and .rar files are not currently supported on trialing accounts.
While trialing DocSend, you can invite up to 20 team members to join your account and try out our features before purchasing a plan. See our User Management article for more information on how to add users.
When trialing the Standard or Advanced plan, you’ll be able to collect up to 50 signatures during your trial period. To collect more than 50 signatures, you can sign up for a paid subscription of our Standard or Advanced plan.
One-Click NDA (Advanced)
While trialing the Advanced plan, you can collect up to 50 signatures between Signable eSignature documents and One-Click NDA. To collect more than 50 signatures across both features, you can sign up for a paid subscription of our Advanced plan.
You’ll receive an expiration notice 3 days before your trial end date on the DocSend web application and through email.
Once your trial ends and no card is on file, our system will automatically switch your account to our free Limited trial plan and disable all links with premium features enabled. See our Limited Trial article to learn about downgrading.
Things to Consider
- You can sign up for a Standard or Personal trial by going to our Pricing page and clicking the Upgrade button associated with the desired plan type.
- If you’d like to change the plan you’re trialing, reach out to email@example.com.
- If you upgrade to a plan that is different than the one you are currently trialing, your account will be upgraded to that plan and your card will be charged immediately.
Still need help? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org!