Enabling GDPR


What is GDPR?

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European privacy law approved by the European Commission in 2016 which is designed to unify and regulate EU residents’ control of their personal data.

Microapps are consumed globally for some users and Tiled is ensuring its customers have the ability to uphold their security and data privacy practices.

How do I enable GDPR in my account?

You can enable the GDPR compliance feature through the Account Settings page.

Note: You must be an Administrator of your account.

1. In your Library, navigate to Profile → Account Settings → Privacy Management

2. Check the ‘Request user consent’ box


You will see a Disclaimer Message text box with a default disclaimer message and basic text editing options.

Note: You can edit the content of the disclaimer message, the text style, and add your own link to your company’s cookies policy.

You will see an Opt-out link text box with a default opt-out verbiage. This will be the text link an external user will click to opt-out of

Note: You can edit the Opt-out verbiage to align with your company’s messaging style

3. Click Update settings

After activating GDPR compliance for your account all microapps being viewed with a shared link will have a banner displaying your disclaimer message and opt-out text at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The user consent banner will not appear for the users with a Tiled account viewing a microapp from the microapps library.



How does the viewer opt-in?

The viewer can opt-in by continuing to interact with the microapp or by clicking the close icon. The banner will then disappear.

Note: The banner will not reappear unless the user’s cache has been cleared


How does the viewer opt-out?

The viewer clicks the opt-out text in the banner.

Note: If the viewer clicks the opt-out text, no personal identifiable information will be tracked. These sessions will be masked in analytics


Analytics views for viewers who opt-out





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