In order to send a fax, you must first create a fax cover sheet. Learn how to do so here!
Faxes are an easy way to communicate quickly and efficiently, but there are a few things that you need to keep in mind before sending one. If you are sending a HIPAA-Compliant Fax, with protected health information (PHI), it is even more important to include a fax cover page. Read this guide for tips on creating a proper fax cover sheet.
A fax cover sheet is a document that contains the sender's name, phone number, fax number, and other relevant information. It also includes instructions on how to receive the fax.
To add a header to your fax cover sheet, simply type the text into the box provided and then click "Add." You can use any font style, size, color, and alignment.
If you're sending a fax to an individual, you should include contact information such as name, address, phone number, email address, and fax number.
You should also add a subject line to your fax cover sheet. This will help recipients identify the document more easily.
A message is what you write on the front of the fax cover sheet. It’s usually short and sweet, just enough to let people know who sent the fax and why.
Great news! Last month, as you may or may not know we rolled out built in cover pages into the Print Driver and the Fax Console. Now we have integrated cover pages into Email to Fax. Now, adding a cover page is as simple as adding a little piece of text into your email subject.
Modern cloud fax services offer substantially greater flexibility than standalone fax machines or multi-function printer/copiers (MFPs) connected to a dedicated phone line. But did you know that you can still use your MFP to send faxes, even with a cloud fax service?