How To Add Signature In Honeybook Contract

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In this article, I will walk you through the steps of incorporating a signature into a HoneyBook contract. As someone who uses HoneyBook, I have discovered that adding a personal flair to my contracts can enhance trust and establish a polished appearance for my clients.

Step 1: Access the Contract

First, log in to your HoneyBook account and navigate to the project where you want to add the signature. Find the contract you want to add the signature to and open it.

Step 2: Edit the Contract

Once you have the contract open, you’ll see an option to edit it. Click on the “Edit” button to make changes to the contract.

Step 3: Place the Signature Field

To add a signature field to the contract, you’ll need to place it in the appropriate location. Think about where the signature needs to be placed in the contract and click on the area where you want to add the field.

Step 4: Customize the Signature Field

Once you have added the signature field, you can customize it to match your personal style. HoneyBook provides options to change the size, font, and color of the signature field.

Step 5: Add Personal Touches

Now comes the fun part! To add personal touches to your signature, you can include a personalized message or a logo. This will make the contract feel more personal and unique.

Step 6: Test the Signature Field

Before sending the contract to your client, it’s important to test the signature field to ensure it works correctly. You can do this by adding a test signature and verifying that it appears as expected.

Step 7: Send the Contract

Once you are satisfied with the signature field and any personal touches you have added, it’s time to send the contract to your client. HoneyBook provides options for sending the contract via email or sharing a link directly with your client.


Adding a signature to a contract in HoneyBook is a straightforward process that allows you to add a personal touch and create a professional image. By customizing the signature field and adding personal touches, you can make your contracts stand out and leave a lasting impression on your clients.