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Seamlessly Collect Attachments From Your Signers

Seamlessly Collect Attachments From Your Signers

Whether you're a HR manager trying to collect tax documents from employees, an event manager who needs to get all participants’ IDs, or a real estate agent who requires important information on a customer such as their credit report, you're all looking for the option to include attachments to your forms.

In this blog post, we'll go over how you can use HelloWork's latest feature "Attachments" to create an even smoother experience for you and those filling out your forms.

What is the HelloWorks "Attachments" Feature?

One of the most popular ways our customers use HelloWorks is to onboard employees and contract workers. There's often a ton of paperwork involved before an employee can begin work. There are also many times where you would want to collect additional files (attachments) from your users to substantiate the transaction.


One of our customers automated their paper-based onboarding of hiring contract drivers with HelloWorks.

Here's what their old process looked like:

  1. New hire drivers were emailed their onboarding paperwork. They would print out the forms, manually fill each out, and then mail them back.
  2. Then the HR team would have to thoroughly review each paper application (fingers crossed no mistakes were made!) and then make offers.
  3. Once the driver accepts the offer, they were then required to submit a valid driver’s license during onboarding orientation.

As you can see from the time intensive and costly process process above, a driver could be hired by the customer only to be later rejected if they can't produce a valid driver’s license during the onboarding process.


With HelloWorks, this process was brought completely online and went from weeks to complete to less than an hour. One of the key HelloWorks capabilities that made this possible was "Attachments." With this feature, our customer could collect data, get signature for legal documents, and gather any additional supporting documentation like drivers license – all in one flow. It removed the friction and improved the overall efficiency of the process for both the driver and the company.


Let's take a look at the "Attachments" in action below via video or step-by-step tutorial.


How to Add Attachments in HelloWorks

Step-By-Step: Adding an Attachment Component in HelloWorks (Builder View)


To begin, you'll need to add an "Attachments" component in your HelloWorks builder. In your form, click on the “+” add component menu → choose “File Attachment.” (Not a HelloWorks user yet? Sign-up for a free account here).



Next, give your attachment a label. In this case the label is "Driver's License." After the label is added, you can continue to build your form or send it out to be filled out.



Step-By-Step: Uploading an Attachment to HelloWorks (End User View)



Attachments can be uploaded by the end users in few different ways:

  1. Browse to select and add files (on both desktop and mobile devices)
  2. Drag and drop files into the “file upload” section (on desktop)
  3. Use your camera to take pictures (on mobile devices)

After uploading the attachments here's what they'll see:



In addition to a completed form, every HelloWorks workflow comes with a timestamped audit trail.

Ready to Try "Attachments" Out Yourself? Get Started!

The HelloWorks "Attachments" feature saves end users valuable time when filling out forms and saves customers the tedious steps involved in collecting additional information.

You can use attachments for:

  • Photo ID for event/product/service  sign-up
  • Pay stubs for credit/loan applications
  • Proof of payment when submitting an expense report
  • Tax documents that required additional files
  • And more!

If you're ready to try it out for yourself, log in to your HelloWorks account or create a free HelloWorks account.

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