Reminder widget

A reminder widget is a sticky bar or corner button that shows up for visitors who didn’t make any decision about the consent. In most cases, a visitor saw a consent pop-up or bar and closed it neither agreeing nor disagreeing for data collection and usage.

A reminder widget can be turned on or off and it’s up to you if you want to use it. But it’s a good reminder for a visitor and using it you may be more successful in data collection.

There are two types of reminder widget: a sticky bar and corner button. In this article, we’ll show you how to use both of them.

Reminder widget as a bar

A reminder widget as a bar is a sticky bar that shows up at the top or bottom of the page. It has a link that directs a visitor to a consent form with all set consents.

To edit a reminder as a bar template, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Menu > Consent Form.
  2. From the website picker, choose the website you want to work with.
  3. Navigate to Consent templates.
  4. Scroll down until you see Reminder widget section.
  5. From the drop-down, pick Reminder widget as a bar.
  6. Click Edit template of the reminder.
  7. Click the template and set the position of the bar: top or bottom.
  8. Click an element of the form you want to change and edit it.
  9. When done, click Save.
  10. Click Activate this consent form type to make it active.
  11. Mark Show the consent bar when the visitor did not make a consent decision. If at any point you’ll need to turn the reminder off, unmark this option.

Reminder widget as a corner button

A reminder widget as a corner button is a sticky button that shows up in the left corner at the bottom of the page. It has a link that directs a visitor to a consent form with all set consents.

To edit a reminder as a corner button template, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Menu > Consent Form.
  2. From the website picker, choose the website you want to work with.
  3. Navigate to Consent templates.
  4. Scroll down until you see Reminder widget section.
  5. From the drop-down, pick Reminder widget as a corner button.
  6. Click Edit template of the reminder.
  7. Click an element of the form you want to change and edit it.
  8. When done, click Save.
  9. Click Activate this consent form type to make it active.
  10. Mark Show the consent bar when the visitor did not make a consent decision. If at any point you’ll need to turn the reminder off, unmark this option.
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