Hello @JuleC ,
At this time, the survey pages will have that legal verbiage. It cannot be changed nor removed, even if you don't intend to email your survey respondents afterwards.
Just curious... do you know why?
There isn't a question asking if the person completing the survey wants to "opt in" to emails from our organization. I'm not understanding how this legal verbiage is protecting your organization. This prevents us from being able to collect adequate feedback. Can you help me understand?
Verbiage like this is applied across any tools in our system in one way or another. Emails, landing pages, sign up forms, etc. This is done to comply with anti-spam and data privacy laws domestic and abroad, so it's a mix of compliance and technical elements.
I know our devs are exploring how much freedom can be allowed with this verbiage editing, while still making sure all of our bases are covered for these legal elements - as failure to comply can impact our business and our customers. Beyond this, our support teams don't really have any further insight we can provide on it.
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