Creating a DocHub Organization

DocHub organizations are a great solution for using DocHub as a group and for an added professional feel to your signers. By creating an organization, you'll enjoy these additional benefits: 

  • Easily share documents amongst a group
  • Manage billing for multiple users in a single bill
  • Send and manage Templates, Documents, and Sign Requests from an organization
  • Create and monitor a shared inbound fax number
  • Add custom branding to your documents and outbound emails

To get started, navigate to:

DocHub > Settings > Organizations > Create Organization

Or go here: 

You'll be taken through a 4 step process, and most of the things you choose can be changed at any time later on (besides organization type). 

Name your organization and choose its type

The name will be used to create your Organization URL (also referred to as DocHub domain or organization slug). You can always change the Organization URL and Name after completing the setup process.  

Next, select the type: business or academic, which have slightly different names for organization Roles. When you assign roles, businesses can set users as Content Managers or Agents, whereas academic organizations can assign roles as Teachers or Students. Both organizations also have Owner and Admin role options.

For more info about organization roles, see:

Organization Roles and Permissions

Add users to your organization

You can invite members on the People page for your organization. 

Just type the email address in the field for User Email(s), and you can enter multiple by separating the emails with a comma. 

If you want to import your Gmail Address Book to enable type ahead (auto-complete), you can click the book icon to the left of the email field. To learn more, see: Import your Google Contacts for quick autofilling of email addresses.

A free DocHub organization can have up to 5 members, which you can unlock to unlimited by upgrading to DocHub Pro.  

Setup organization branding

Use this page to upload an avatar and then tweak the custom branding options until you're satisfied with how the toolbar preview looks.

Your avatar and custom background color will be applied to documents owned by the organization and outbound emails it sends.

Add DocHub Pro or a Fax Line

If you'd like to extend the features of DocHub Pro or a DocHub Fax Line to the members of your organization, you can do so on this page. If you've already set up DocHub Pro for your personal account, you'll see the option to migrate it to a business account.

We bill your organization for DocHub Pro at the same rate per user as DocHub Pro for individuals. A significant advantage of adding or migrating Pro to your organization is that you can manage the entire group's billing and subscription settings in one place.

Click Add DocHub Pro or Migrate DocHub Pro to Group and then follow the steps to complete the creation of your organization.  If you opt out of DocHub Pro, click the Finish button.

Managing Organization Settings

After completing the setup of your organization, you can add or remove users and manage subscription settings anytime. To use the following URLs, replace [your-organization-domain] with your organization's slug (its DocHub domain).  Alternatively, navigate by clicking through the site as described.

Organization Billing Dashboard

DocHub > Your organization dashboard > Settings > Billing[your-organization-domain]/settings/billing

Manage or Edit DocHub Pro Subscription

DocHub > Your organization dashboard > Settings > Billing > Change plan[your-organization-domain]/settings/billing/update-plan

Organization People 

DocHub > Your organization dashboard > Settings > People[your-organization-domain]/settings/people

Organization Faxing Dashboard

DocHub > Your organization dashboard > Settings > Fax[your-organization-domain]/settings/fax

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  • how do i link my doc hub pro to my business email (google drive)

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for reaching out DocHub Community.

    I'm happy to help. If you'd like to connect DocHub to your Google Drive as an app to open files into DocHub from within Drive, go to Google Drive and right-click on a PDF and choose Open With > Connect more apps and search for DocHub and click on + CONNECT . Please go to the link below to see an article for more details.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Tan DocHub Support

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