Create and manage a DPA
Cookie Consent Management
Categorise your cookies
Blocking Cookies with Openli
Cookie expiration dates and lifespan
Checklist: Website Compliance
Universal Consent Management
Install the Privacy Badge
Policy and agreement management
Embed your policies and legal agreements
General Openli guides
Set up and manage SSO
Add a website to your Openli account
Using projects to handle multiple languages
Collect consents without storing IP addresses or user-agents
Email Marketing Consent
System Specific Integration Guides
Google Tag Manager
Google Consent Mode
Here you find a dictionary of important words and definitions that will help you understand the core concepts behind Openli.
The identifier lets you identify a user with a unique user ID that you choose. An optimal identifier will be something that doesn't change, like a database ID.
It's a good idea to put a bit of thought into what you use as an identifier. A few key inputs on how to select a good identifier:
The user should not be able to change the identifier, i.e. don't use an email address, name, etc. as identifier.
The identifier should be accessible all places where you want to use Legal Monster, so don't use something that only lives in your mobile apps and not in your web-app, etc.
In Legal Monster everything is tied to a project. A project holds multiple agreements, widgets, user consents in the audit trail, etc. An account can have multiple projects.
Projects can be used for multiple purposes, some listed here:
To separate your test environment from your production environment when developing using our
To separate different products, for example, a gaming studio that has different published games might give each game its own project.
To separate languages, e.g. one project for English, one for Danish, etc.
Every project can have a variety of differently-configured widgets, which are used to obtain consent in different circumstances. This variety includes, among others:
Separating different segments of users, like business users (B2B) from consumer users (B2C).
Requesting different types of consent, such as consent to your Terms of Service, or consent to receive email marketing.
Collecting cookie consent.
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