In GetComplied’s platform, the term project refers to any service (your Website, mobile application, portal) you need to introduce GetComplied’s input form.
Free plan only include 3 projects
In this editor, you have 2 major sections to fill with relevant information.
Business Information - you’ll have these fields:
Company Legal Name – Your company’s name as you registered it;
Company Legal Email – An email for users to contact your company;
Company phone number – A phone number which users can call to solve any problem (leave it blank if you don’t have one);
Name – Your DPO’s name;
Phone number – The DPO’s contact number;
Address – The DPO’s headquarter;
Email – The DPO’s professional email.
Terms and Conditions Link – The link to terms and conditions of your website;
Languages – The languages your project uses;
Default project language – The language your project was designed in.
Logo URL – You can copy this URL from your website:
Go to your website and locate your company’s logo and right-click over it. Then, select copy image address (this may vary depending on your browser) and paste what you just copied on this field.
Head background – The color you want the form header to be (it must be in Hex format. E.g. #FFC1C1);
Auto open switch – Click on it if you want it to open as your website opens. Turn it off otherwise.
Continue anyway switch – When this is on, users can visit your website without agreeing on your terms. Turn it off if, for users to see your website, they must agree with your terms.
Notification – Here you should insert your email, so GetComplied notifies you if your website starts using cookies you didn’t add to the platform.
Debug – This is a developer tool, just leave it in default.
User rights switches -The best is to leave them all ON, but you can customize it as you prefer, turning off the ones you want.
This section can be managed later on, on the Incidents tab.
Here you can add the Policies you use on your website or app.
Policies are a paid feature.
Here you can add the Cookies you use on your website or app.
PLATFORMSIt’s the third parties your website uses.
For example, if you use Google Analytics, that’s a third-party technology that collects users’ data and you must inform them of that. On the platform section just click on add and select the ones you use.