Privacy Policies and Terms

Say you're selling access class or course and you want to define some legal terms that your customers will agree to if/when they purchase or access your programs. If you want to add some Terms or a Privacy Policy to your Doki site, you can add these pages (or links to pages that have this content on them) in the Doki admin.

Adding terms or privacy

You can find the "Legal" tab in the "Site" area of the Doki admin. Click on the "Site" link in the sidebar (the icon with the web page wireframe icon), then click the "Legal" tab.

Both Terms and Privacy have the same configuration options:

  • No additional...
    Means that you're not using content for this.
  • Link to an additional external...page
    Means that you are linking out to an external page for the content.
  • Define additional...text here
    Means that you can define the text of the page to be hosted on your Doki account.

Select the option you want to use and click the "Save" button to save. In the case you are linking to external or defining additional, you'll need to add a link or content respectively to save the content.

Where terms and privacy appear on your site

  1. An additional consent checkbox will be added to your sign up forms, confirmation forms, mailing list sign ups, et al. It will take the form of "I agree to the Your Business Name Terms and Privacy Policy". "Terms" and "Privacy Policy" will be linked to your defined links. If you don't define one of those, it won't show up and it won't be linked. For example, if you only specify a Privacy Policy link, it'll say "I agree to the Your Business Name Privacy Policy" with "Privacy Policy" linked to the corresponding link.
  2. If you select "Link to external" OR "Define additional", a link will be added to the footer of your Doki site that will link to the content. If it's "Define additional" it will link to an internal page on your site with the content you added displayed. Otherwise, it'll link out to the link you added.

Agreeing to conditions

Your students have to agree to our terms and privacy policy and any that you define as well. We've been advised by our legal counsel that keeping the relationship transparent is the best way to be compliant with GDPR regulations.

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