This section describes the REST APIs provided by Conga Sign.
|What's Covered||This section walks an API user through the list of REST APIs provided by Conga.|
REST API developers.
Refer to the latest Conga Sign Release Notes for information on System Requirements and Supported Platforms.
|Updates||For a comprehensive list of updates to this guide for each release, see the What's New in Conga Sign Documentation topic.|
This guide describes the following APIs:
Before using Conga Sign API, you must be familiar with the following:
Basic knowledge of Salesforce
Basic knowledge of REST APIs
Salesforce and Conga terms and definitions
Minimum Software Requirements
What follows is the list of environments supported by Conga Sign. Its dependencies are generally based on the browser, not on lower-level components.
All of the following requirements are subject to change.
- Microsoft Windows 8, 8.1, 10 (except external touch-screen devices)
- Mac OS X
Edge (latest version, plus the two previous versions)
Microsoft Edge in IE mode and Microsoft Edge in IE Compatibility mode are no longer supported by the New User Experience, including the Signer Experience.
- Chrome (latest version, plus the two previous versions)
- Firefox (latest version, plus the two previous versions)
Safari (latest version, plus the two previous versions. Requires enabling )
The Signer Experience is not supported in Safari as iFraming is not a supported feature in Safari browsers.
Safari macOS browsers block the Preview and Tag features unless third-party cookies are enabled. To enable third-party cookies, navigate to browser Preferences > Privacy and uncheck the "Prevent Cross-Site Tracking" and "Block All Cookies" options.
For all browsers, cookies must be enabled.
Safari iOS browsers block the Preview and Tag features unless third-party cookies are enabled. To enable third-party cookies, navigate to Settings > Safari and disable the "Prevent Cross-Site Tracking" and "Block All Cookies" options.
If the issue persists, navigate to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Experimental Features and enable the "Disable Full 3rd-Party Cookie Blocking" option.
There is no current workaround for Chrome on iOS.
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