Working with Scrive/E-signing
- Getting started
- Mapping the PDF document
E-signing is an add-on service that uses the Scrive eSign module. Employment agreements can be created, signed, and distributed digitally via Quinyx. In an agreement template, it's possible to define settings relating to the distribution flow.
Setting up Scrive is a joint effort. The Quinyx Application Specialist will enable Scrive, and you're responsible for configuring it in a way that's tailored to your organization.
Your Quinyx Application Specialist will perform the following to get you started:
- Set up a Scrive agreement for the customer.
- Activate the Scrive module.
- Configure Scrive with your company's branding.
- Add license periods.
Define agreement flow on the agreement templates
Any type of document can be mapped to Quinyx. The most common is an employment agreement, however, other types of documents can also be mapped. The document must be in PDF format. If the original is in any other format, it needs to be saved as a PDF.
PDF mapping tags
The following fields are available for mapping.
Tags - Standard
Current date Y-m-:
Current date Y-m-d
A tag that returns the full name of the logged in manager
Tags - Employee information
Name of section on employee card
Cost centre name
Year of birth, format: XXXX
Month of birth, format: XX
Day of birth, format: XX
Address, first line
Address, second line
Name of unit
Date when employment started
Date when employment ended and only to be used if setting Emploed = unchecked
Phone no. or Cell no.
Next of kin
Next of kin phone number
Legal guardian name
Legal guardian email
Social security number
True if age>67
Tags - Employee Agreement
Name of agreement template
Start date of agreement
End date of agreement (none if agreement does not have end date)
Comment from the individual agreement
Hourly salary amount (none if monthly employed)
Monthly salary amount (none if hourly employed)
True if payed for working hours
False if payed for working hours
The same week hours as the column Hours in the agreement list (People -> Agreements/Availability)
Average weekly working hours for full time
Level of employment in percentage
Added agreement additional fields 1-5 (set up under People > [Employee] Agreement -> Additional fields), exported as the tags agreementAdditionalFieldX for X = 1 .. 5
(checkbox) if employee employment level is 100%
(checkbox) if employee employment level is below 100%
(text string) If checkbox ifPartTime is used, this string will return the weekly hours
Outputs actual salary, followed by future planned changes (multi-line text)
Outputs your least recent salary, followed by all changes that has occurred or are planned to occur (multi-line text)
Outputs actual employment rate, followed by future planned changes (multi-line text)
Outputs your least recent employment rate, followed by all changes that has occurred or are planned to occur (multi-line text)
Fulltime working hours of the agreement
Monthly salary + personal adjustment
Date of the next salary raise
The years worked steps that the employee is currently on
Rounds the part-time salary to the nearest 1 kr
Tags - Unit Info
Phone no. from the unit
Email address from the unit
Company name from the unit
Company, address from the unit
Company, zip code from the unit
Company, city from the unit
Company, organization number from the unit
Tags - Customer Info
Phone no. or cellphone no. if no phone no. exists
Customer address line 1
Customer address line 2
Customer zip code
Mapping the PDF document
Mapping a pdf form to Quinyx fields is best done in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Of course, other software can be used, but this guide covers how it’s done in Adobe Acrobat.
Create fields in form and field mapping
Click the Prepare Form icon:
You're now in the form editing view. In this view, you can add and change text fields, checkboxes, etc. The boxes with, for example, “givenName” are the names of the fields that will map to Quinyx.
You can add a text field or a checkbox:
When you add a field you can give it a name. Add the tag for the Quinyx field as the name:
When you choose the field name, you can choose from the fields that already exist or create an additional employee field name.
Create additional employee fields
You can create additional fields in Quinyx. Navigate to Account settings > People> Additional fields:
How to create an additional field:
- Navigate to Account settings > People > Additional Fields.
- In the top-right corner, press the + icon.
- Input the following information.
By default, the created additional fields in Quinyx will end up in alphanumeric order, and the extra fields in Quinyx end up in the order in which they were created.
It's also possible to add/change the tag for a field in the menu to the right.
Shortcut: Using existing fields for a new document
Your organization may want a number of different employment agreement templates to be mapped in Quinyx. It's common that customers within the same business/vertical use the same template. In these cases, it's possible to use an already mapped document and change the “underlying” document. In the Tools menu, choose Organize Pages. Choose to replace (top right corner in the picture).
Select all pages or a specific one if only one should be replaced and the other remains the same.
Choose to replace the pages, and click OK.
The document, or specific pages, will be replaced but the mapped fields will remain. It’s possible to add more fields and re-arrange if needed.
When you've created and mapped all fields, save the document. Upload the document in Quinyx under Account settings > Forms > PDF Forms.
Choose a name for the document. This is the name it will have within the Quinyx GUI.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can a customer map their own contract?
A: Yes, customers can map their own contracts.
Q: When signing with BankID can the workflow be set so that only one person in the workflow has to use it?
A: No, if BankID is configured on the contract, everyone on the workflow must sign with BankID.
Q: Am I able to pull contracts through an API?
A: This is not currently possible.
Q: Is it possible to get an overview of the contracts not signed?
A: This is not currently possible.
Q: How does it work when a customer has used all of the signings they have in a period. Is there a warning?
A: No warning is produced and there is no limit to how many you can use, however, you will be invoiced for any agreements above what was agreed in the contract with Quinyx.
Q: Do I set the language in Quinyx or Scrive?
A: You configure languages in Scrive.
Q: When a signed contract is signed by all signees a confirmation is sent to the recipients. Is it possible to inactive the confirmation email?
A: No, this is not possible. All recipients will receive a confirmation email.
Q: When employment has ended, why don't I see the agreement?
A: If you activate the employee you can see the agreement again.
Q: Do we have ways of hiding salary costs in Scrive?
A: No this is not possible since this is a contract an employee signs with the agreed salary.
Is it possible to have an upcoming employment rate/salary in the Scrive contract?
Q: Are contracts stored in Scrive or in Quinyx?
A: Contracts are stored in Scrive and fetched on demand in Quinyx.
Q: How do I set the workflow of the e-signing?
A: You can customize the e-signing workflow under Account settings > Agreements > Agreement templates > Agreement > E-signing. Read more about setting up the e-signing workflow here.
Q: Why do I receive an error message when I initiate the e-signing process?
A: Read more about Scrive HTTP status codes that indicate the success or failure of an API request here.