This solution leveraging the GDPR template email appears to work fine for acquiring consent with any contacts already in the account. How is CC expecting to allow their web forms that collect info to be GDPR complaint? Currently when someone submits contact info on a web form, they are immediately marked as "express" per the below comment. "When the Advanced Email Permissions option is turned on, we'll mark all of your incoming subscribers through web sign-ups and Text-to-Join as Express to help save you time." - Reference This works for Canadian compliance, but not for GDPR as that requires us to validate "proof of opt-in and consent" by means of a 2nd email after the initial web form is submitted. We had hoped to use the GDPR template email with an Email automation tied to specific lists so that anyone who fills out the form is automatically send an email with an opt-in button. Unfortunately this won't be useful if everyone coming in through the web form is already marked as "express". Additionally, as i'm sure you're already aware, there is a big need to include required checkboxes on every form to verify privacy/terms and conditions. Currently the only custom field options are for text and date. Is there any way a required (default unchecked) checkbox can be added as a type and maybe even accept hyperlinks?
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