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Add Cookie Consent

Summary

PathFactory offers 2 methods for managing your visitors' cookies in your content tracks:

  1. Cookie Message: use to inform visitors that their web experience is using cookies
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  2. Cookie Consent: use to capture consent from visitors to use cookies on their web experience
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Warning
If your organization requires GDPR compliance, Cookie Message may not be sufficient. If this is the case, and your organization requires explicitly consent for tracking purposes, then you will need to enable the new Cookie Consent feature.
Note
See this FAQ for more information on how PathFactory supports GDPR compliance, or this FAQ for more questions about the Cookie Consent feature.

Note
You cannot have both Cookie Message and Cookie Consent enabled on the same content track.
  1. Select the Content Track you want to edit.
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  2. Scroll down the left panel menu and click Cookie Message to toggle it to the On position.
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  3. If you want to change the default cookie message text click No Overrides.

    Note
    This will only change the cookie message within this content track. If you want to change the default text for all of your cookie messages, you can do so in Languages.
    You can change the default styling for cookie messages in Appearances.

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  4. Type in the new cookie message and click Save Cookie Message Overrides.
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Warning
To use Cookie Consent in a content track you must first set up this feature.
  1. Once in the Content Track you want to edit, scroll down the left panel menu and click Cookie Consent to toggle it to the On position.
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  2. If you want to change the default cookie consent messaging, you must do so in Languages.

    Note
    You can change the default styling for the cookie consent modals in Appearances.

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  3. To ensure your Cookie Consent is properly configured, select a content asset and click Preview.

    Note
    If the Cookie Consent modal does not appear, make sure that you have followed all the steps to enable the Cookie Consent function in your PathFactory instance.

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Updated on July 10, 2022

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