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Dropbox Sign

Do more with your documents by combining storage and eSignatures in Dropbox

Send, sign, and store your documents—all in one seamless Dropbox workflow. Try Dropbox Professional + Sign Essentials for up to 20% off vs purchasing each separately. You can also try our 30-day free trial.

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Create and share documents

Do more with your documents and agreements in your intuitive Dropbox workspace. Create, organize, and share files securely, from anywhere.

Request unlimited eSignatures

Without ever leaving Dropbox, request unlimited, legally-binding signatures on client-facing documents such as contracts, agreements, and proposals.

Automatically organize and protect your documents

Say goodbye to hunting through email or desktop folders. Automatically save signed files back into Dropbox folders and stay organized.

Storage and eSignatures, together in Dropbox

One-stop shop
Your favorite tools in one place

With one integrated workflow for organizing, storing, and signing documents, you’ll never need to switch applications. Access 3 TB of storage and unlimited eSignature requests, all from your Dropbox account.

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Customize and streamline
Serve your clients faster

Create, organize, and sign documents such as NDAs, SOWs, and proposals in minutes. Your storage and eSign tools—including mobile offline folders, Dropbox Transfer, and eSignature templates—allow you to execute client deliverables from anywhere.

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Data protection
Security without sacrifices

Store and sign agreements quickly without sacrificing safety. Cutting-edge security measures from Dropbox—such as document encryption, audit trails, and password-protected file sharing—safeguard your most important documents so you can get back to growing your business.

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Choose your billing cycle
eSign and store your documents

Professional + eSign

$24.99 / month
  • 1 user
  • 3,000 GB of secure storage
  • Send, sign, and store unlimited eSignature documents directly in your Dropbox account

Plan highlights

  • Unlimited signature requests
  • Everything in Dropbox Sign Essentials
  • 3 TB of secure storage
  • Send up to 100 GB of files with Dropbox Transfer
  • Mobile offline folders and remote account wipe
  • Document watermarking
  • Priority email and live chat support
  • Recover changed or deleted files in your Dropbox account within 180 days

Frequently asked questions

When you signed up for a Dropbox free trial, you received an email from with the terms of the subscription, including the length of the trial. If you don’t see it in your inbox, check your spam folder. You can also find the terms of the trial on the billing page of your account settings.

If you cancel your free trial before it ends, you won’t be charged for the plan. When you cancel the free trial:

  • Your account will be downgraded to a free Dropbox Basic plan. If you signed up with a credit card, your account will be downgraded at the end of the trial period. If you signed up with PayPal, your account will be downgraded immediately.
  • You’ll retain access to all of your files and folders, as well as any content that has been shared with you.
  • Your account will be limited to the 2 GB storage quota of Dropbox Basic. If you exceed that limit, your account will stop syncing to your devices.
  • You’ll be able to recover deleted files and restore earlier versions of files for 30 days.

To access your Dropbox account, use the same email and password you entered during your purchase. Without leaving Dropbox, you can send files for signature—or sign them yourself—by using the Dropbox and Dropbox Sign integration.

To access your Dropbox Sign (formerly HelloSign) account, sign in to Dropbox Sign using the same email and password for signing in to

To learn more, check out this Dropbox Professional + eSign plan page for comprehensive details about features and what’s included in your plan.

To learn more about Dropbox Professional, check out this page.

To learn more about Dropbox Sign Essentials, check out this page.

Dropbox Professional + eSign customers can get help from the Dropbox help center, the Dropbox Sign help center, Quick Start Guides, community, chat support, and by email.