In the last blog, we had shown how to issue a document on the blocktick platform. In this blog, we are introducing how we can share documents with the users. Our blocktick workflow helps users to access and share documents with minimal effort.
Read our previous blogs on blocktick.
How to Add Document Templates in Blocktick SaaS
How to Issue and Revoke Document Using Blockctick SaaS
When an organization issues a batch of documents, an email notification is sent to every user in that document batch. This email consists of login credentials, ie. email and a system-generated password. The document users can then login to their users portal using this.
After the successful login, the user will land on the user dashboard.
From here, users can generate unique keys using the GENERATE KEY button.
On clicking on the keys, they get copies to the clipboard. These keys can be later shared with different parties like recruiters, verifying agents, etc.
The verification is performed from the verification portal by entering this key. The verification process will be explained in the upcoming blogs.
Let’s say I am a document owner and I logged into my dashboard. I would like to share my document with a recruiter. What I am going to do is first I’ll create a new key from the dashboard. Then I’ll copy the keys and share it with the recruiter. The main thing here is, you remain as the true owner of the document irrespective of the hardcopy of the documents. You can delete the keys at any time, so that the recruiter may not access your document further. This is useful when the recruitment process is finished and you don’t want to share the document with any further. All you have to do is, just delete the document key.
Also, the users can add a label for each document key. This will help to organize different keys easily.
Not yet finished. Blocktick also allows users to add an expiry date for each document key. Again, this will help to prevent accessing your document after a particular period. After that date, the verifier, say a recruiter, can’t access the document.
The verification of the document will be described in the coming blogs.