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Creating a document to sign with DigiSigner

I am creating a PDF from a Google Doc (followed the same steps as in the YouTube video), and would like to send that PDF to sign.
I am looking into doing it with DigiSigner but it seems that I can only ask for a signature, but to ask for a signature you need to have a document ID, and there's no way to create a document using the integration.
I've been looking into doing it their documentation (https://www.digisigner.com/esignature-api/esignature-api-documentation/) but to create a document, after contacting their support, it seems to require a multipart/form-data.
How could I achieve the document creation in Pabbly?


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Hey @hugohamelcom

As communicated with the technical team regarding your inquiry, I regret to inform you that our system does not currently support the use of multipart/form-data. Consequently, the endpoint you are attempting to access will not function as intended.
Is there a better way to achieve the same result with DigiSigner? Would it be possible to add this function the the current integration so we can create documents? As otherwise we can't really send a document to be signed unless done manually, which is what we're trying to avoid.