Rest assured that the documents are there. I was informed a little while ago that the search indexes are lagging behind, so somethings are not visible yet. But they are there.
As of a few hours ago we added the ability to use the "Adobe Sign Manage" page to the For Signature screen. From here you will be able to see all of the documents as it uses a different (ie older) index to show documents.
They are all there, though. I promise :-)
Thank you for your feedback, it is very valuable. And we know that some of the new places where things moved are just different. To help with the transition, we have added the ability to use the "Adobe Sign Manage" page from the For Signatures screen in Document Cloud. Hopefully this will help get you going as well as the document the Yatin posted below.
Hi Barry and Mike,
As of a few hours ago the ability to use the Adobe Sign Manage page was added to the "For Signature" screen of Document Cloud. While this does not return the entire UI, we have also added a help document that will let you know how to translate from where things were to where things are now. It has been posted several places already, but you can find it here: https://helpx.adobe.com/document-cloud/help/send-for-signature.html
The For Signature page was updated a few hours ago to give access to the Adobe Sign Manage page. From here you should be able to get all of the information that you need.
Your feedback is important, even when we hear things like "you really screwed this up". Thank you for taking the time to let us know, and hopefully you can be productive with the Document Cloud UI.
As of a few hours ago we added a switch to the For Signature screen to see the "Adobe Sign Manage" page. In addition, there is a help document that Yatin mentioned that helps to understand where things were and where they have been moved to instead.
Hopefully this will allow you to get the pieces of information that you need.
Rest assured that your templates are *not* gone. As Ekta stated, the "For Signature" screen would let you see them by switching to "Sign Templates" from "Sign Agreements". In addition, as of a few hours ago we added the ability to use the Adobe Sign Manage page from the For Signature screen as well. Using both of these you should be able to use your templates that you so painstakingly created.
I cannot speak to the design processes that went into the new UI, but we have heard the feedback that it missed the mark and that people are having difficulty finding the controls that they want. In the "For Signatures" screen of Document Cloud, we have added the ability to show the Adobe Sign Manage page. In addition, a help page banner was added to help you find the places in the UI where things were before and where they are now. Hopefully that will get you going.
As of a few hours ago we have added the ability to see the Adobe Sign Manage page from the For Signatures screen of Document Cloud. Does this fill the gap you were experiencing?
As of a few hours ago we have added the ability to show the Adobe Sign Manage page from the "For Signature" menu item inside of Document Cloud. This will have the filters and other items that the original poster mentioned.
Thank you for taking the time to talk to us, and being patient when things did not go exactly as planned.
While the default landing page is "recent" you can go to the "Files" or "for Signature" links on the left to get a filtered list. In addition, you can search at the top of the screen for things like email, document name, or any of the notes you have entered.
What was it you were looking for specifically and I will see if I can help you find it.
As Mangesh mentioned, we have been actively working to give access to the Adobe Sign Manage page. As of a few hours ago, this functionality has been added to the "For Signatures" page within Document Cloud.
As you have done, leaving comments and suggestions in the User Voice forum is extremely valuable. It helps to let us know when we have erred, and lets us make it right when possible. Please continue to help us make the product better by providing constructive feedback.