Smartwaiver allows you to make edits & revisions to your waiver, or to create new waivers, at any time.
To make an edit to an existing waiver or to create a new form entirely, log into your account with the username and go to:
From this page:
- To edit an existing waiver: click the Edit/pencil icon on the waiver template you wish to edit.
- To create a new waiver entirely: click the green CREATE NEW WAIVER TEMPLATE button.
Once inside the waiver template you'd like to edit, you can then navigate through the various sections of the Waiver Editor on the left sidebar to work on the form as needed.
Here is a list of the sections you will see on the left side panel:
- Title Section
- Header Section
- Body Section
- Participant Section
- Minor(s) Section
- Parent or Guardian Section
- Custom Questions Section
- Waiver Questions
- Color Scheme
Smartwaiver allows you to customize your documents to help capture specific details about your participants, or the activity/event to which the form relates. You can add initial and/or signature boxes into the body section of a form, and you can create as many custom questions as needed about the participant themselves, or about the activity they are participating in.
- There is also a green Settings button at the top of this sidebar, where you can adjust or enable various options within the form, such as email settings, social media sharing settings, signature settings, and more.
Once you've changed the form to your liking, you'll want to finalize those changes by clicking the green Publish Waiver button in the upper right corner.
And you're all set!
Because we're not a legal service we aren't able to provide legal language for waivers, or consultation/advice about the legal language being used in a waiver. If you do have questions about legal verbiage or require assistance creating legal verbiage, we recommend working with your insurance and/or attorney.