Disclaimer: This does not constitute legal advice and is understood to be general guidelines on how you can use Daylite as part of your greater GDPR compliance strategy. To ensure complete compliance with GDPR, discuss with your council.
A growing number of digital privacy laws require businesses to ask for consent to data processing. Documenting this in Daylite and filtering out those who have and haven't given consent is an important part of this process.
How To Documenting Consent
- Create a Keyword in Daylite titled "Consent Given."
- Apply this Keyword for People
- Add the Keyword "Consent Given" to the Contacts that give consent.
Tip: Learn how to edit multiple contacts at once with How To Edit Multiple Contacts At Once.
How To Filter Contacts By Consent
By creating a list of Contacts by consent, you can create Smart List.
Showing Contacts That Have Given Consent
To create a Smart List of contacts who have given consent, set the filter conditions to include the Keyword "Consent Given."
Showing Contacts That Have Not Given Consent
To create a Smart List of contacts who have not given consent, set the filter conditions do not include the Keyword "Consent Given."