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Privacy settings

The home page/settings

To find the privacy settings within the admin panel:
  1. 1.
    In the Admin Panel, hover over settings.
  2. 2.
    Select 'General settings'.
  3. 3.
    Click on 'Privacy' from the left-hand menu.

Manage your privacy settings

Before managing your privacy statement, you can read ours here: https://letsgetdigital.com/en/privacy-policy/
Manage privacy settings by adjusting the following settings:
Title
Explanation
Extra text for privacy policy (will be shown above the standard terms)
Type, or copy and paste, your privacy statement text into the empty field.
How should profiles be shown
Select how profiles should be shown. See below for more information.
Enable to always hide e-mail addresses
When enabled, the e-mail addresses of all users will be hidden by default.
Enable to always hide 'About me' in personal profile
When enabled, the description (about me) of all users will be hidden by default.
Enable to allow attendees to filter on user tags
When enabled, users can filter other users by using tags.
Enable to allow users to see the number of attendees subscribed to sessions
When enabled, users can see the amount of other attendees that are subscribed / have favourited certain talks.
Do you allow users to have and edit titles
Select whether users can change their titles.
Do you allow users to edit their profile
Select whether users can change their personal profile
Do you allow speakers to edit their profile
Select whether speakers can change their personal profile
Do you allow exhibitors to edit their company profile
Select whether exhibitors can change their company profile
Enable to allow users to change their personal programme
Enable or disable users to change their personal program. This option is enabled by default.
Enable to request date of birth information
When enabled, birth date information can be requested.
Enable to only show activated accounts in the user overview list
When enabled, only activated account will be displayed in the overview of users.
Allow users to edit their privacy preferences in their profile
When enabled, users may edit their privacy preferences in their profile, both in the virtual platform as well as the app.
Request users to set their privacy level during onboarding
When enabled, users are asked to set their privacy level when completing their profile when they login to the platform for the first time, both in the virtual platform as well as the app.
Add a tracking pixel
Here you can add a tracking pixel that is then added to the pre-event page, registration form and virtual event.
Enable analytics gathering with google tag manager (analytics)
The settings is used to track how people try to use the platform i.e. the type of devices they use.
Please note: Only our default privacy statement will be shown to users if there is no remaining text in the allocated field.
Warning: When adding your own privacy statement you have the option to disable the Let's Get Digital statement. Only do this when absolutely sure, since it is your own responsibility that the statement is correct. Let's Get Digital will not be liable for any damages resulting from incorrect terms.

What different privacy settings are there?

There are a variety of privacy settings available to both users and admins. Users have the following settings they can choose from:
  • Recommended - Only a user's full name, company, company role and profile picture are visible (unless connected).
  • Public - The information on your profile is available to all users.
  • Restricted - Includes display of a profile picture and the full name of the user in their profile.
  • Hidden - All information on your profile is hidden from other users (unless connected).
  • Custom privacy - Admins with access to the admin panel can create custom privacy settings that users can select amongst the other options listed above.
Please note: Inform your delivery consultant whenever you have adjusted the privacy settings to override the settings.

Custom privacy

Title
Explanation
Enable to create custom privacy levels
This enables the custom privacy levels to be used
Name of default privacy level
Enable to make company names and positions visible by default
When enabled company names and positions of user are visible
Enable to make birthdays visible by default
When enabled users birthday are visible
Enable to make phone numbers visible by default
When enabled users' phone numbers are visible
Enable to make e-mail addresses visible by default
When enabled users' e-mail addresses are visible
Enable to make Social media profiles visible by default
When enabled, social media profiles such as LinkedIn are visible
Enable to make custom fields visible by default
When enabled custom fields are visible
Show users on the interactive map by default
When enabled, users are shown on the interactive map (Virtual event only).
When having a mutual connection, only data according to the privacy level will be shared
When this setting is enabled, users that connect with each other will then only be able to see what is permitted by this custom privacy setting. If it is disabled, the information that is permitted by their personal privacy setting will be displayed to each other
Reminder: If you make any changes to the custom privacy settings, click on 'Save changes' at the bottom of the page to apply your changes.
Below the Custom privacy settings, there's the option to have custom privacy settings for attendees' privacy, speaker privacy, exhibitor privacy and organiser privacy.
Last modified 2mo ago