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Acquire User Consent With the Opt-in Checkbox Element
Acquire User Consent With the Opt-in Checkbox Element

For Newsletter Signups, Terms & Conditions or Integration Triggers

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Written by Adrian
Updated over a week ago

Let participants agree to terms and conditions, your privacy policy, newsletter subscriptions and much more with the use of the Opt-In Checkbox. We suggest using one checkbox for each.

By default, every new Opt-In Checkbox element is a required field.
This is an element that allows you to collect your participant's consent on something, so their consent has to be provided prior to completing a submission. For this reason you can place the Opt-In Checkbox element on any page, except for the Thank You pages and outcome pages.


You can name each Opt-In Checkbox element for your reports. Just fill in a short name you can recognize when exporting your data.

The "checkbox text" is the text displayed right next to the Checkbox on the page.

Optionally you can let the checkbox text link to a popup page or any external URL (e.g. your privacy policy).


Scroll down to "Options" in order to change the behavior of the element.

You can choose if you want to display a checkbox at all. This can be useful if you want to open a popup with text, but you do not need the checkbox.

If you do not need consent for this particular checkbox, you can mark the field as not required. This should be the default option for a newsletter subscription checkbox.

You can also select which Integration this checkbox should trigger, if it has been ticked by the participant. Make sure to configure your Integrations afterwards, or no action will be triggered by the Opt-In Checkbox. Integrations are only available on our paid plans.

You can find the participant Opt-In Checkbox answers just like any other answer when viewing detailed responses in the analytics or when downloading your XLS project report.

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