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What is paperless and how do I enroll?
Craig just purchased a policy with Allstate,
and he'll be going totally paperless today.
He'll receive an email any time a new document is available to view.
Plus, he'll have 24/7 access to his billing and policy documents,
including ID cards, without printing a thing.
Alright Craig, since you've already created your My Account
through the “let's finish your policy setup” email, it's time to enroll in paperless.
And as a bonus, we'll show you how to set it up on your phone, too,
for the most accessible paperless experience.
Here is where you'll enroll in eBill and ePolicy.
Just agree to paperless terms and conditions by clicking on the box,
then by clicking “save and continue.”
You'll now receive emails from Allstate when documents are ready to view.
Pretty simple, huh? And remember that you can always change your paperless
settings by clicking “manage paperless” next to your policy in My Account.
You can also modify your notification settings
to get a text reminder 7 days before your bill due date.
You're all set up with your Allstate My Account to view your documents online.
And you can always print paper copies from home, too, if you'd like.
Can we look at how to access everything on my phone, too?
Let's do it.
You'll first need to find the Allstate app in the app store, and then hit “download.”
Now that you've downloaded the Allstate app, you'll sign
in using your My Account login and password,
agree to the terms and conditions and you're in.
Go ahead and tap on the “policies” tab.
From there, click the “ID cards” button at the top to view them full-screen.
Seems easy. To test it out,can I share my ID card with my family? Sure thing. Simply click “share” to text or email it.
Or, others on the policy, can create their own account.
Plus, you don't have to log in or have cell service
to view your always current ID cards.
You're all done.
That was easy.
Which calls for some confetti.