Subject access request (SAR) form URL

   Permission: Campaign entities

Subject access request forms allow your organization to customize online forms to collect the relevant information needed from end-users to exercise their rights regarding their data pursuant to various regulatory regimes (right to access and right to request deletion). 

In this article, we will cover how to retrieve the URL to your subject access request (SAR) form that can be placed on your property so that end-users can exercise their requests. 

Retrieve subject access request (SAR) form URL

Click Messages on the left-hand panel and select U.S. Privacy Messages (Legacy). Click Subject Access Request Form from the menu. 

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Use the property field in the upper right-hand corner to select a property for which you will retrieve a subject access request (SAR) form URL.


Click Copy URL on the subsequent page. 


Use the fields in the provided modal to configure the details of the subject access request (SAR) form URL you wish to retrieve. The subject access request (SAR) form URL will automatically update as you configure each field.

Field Description
Select Message Use provided dropdown menu to select a subject access request (SAR) form that your organization has created for the property. 
Select SAR Form Type

Use provided dropdown menu to select whether the form is designed for:

  • Data Subject Access Request Form
  • Delete My Data Form

This field will designate the ticket type created within our ticketing partner's platform which which will be used by your organization to track these requests.

Click the Copy icon to the right of the generated URL to copy the URL to your clipboard.


Implement subject access request (SAR) form URL

Add the copied subject access request (SAR) form URL to your property's page code (on-page, privacy policy, consent message, etc...). In the example below, we added two URLs as links in the footer of our page which will surface a form to request data and delete data, respectively. 

<p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Subject Access Request</a></p>
<p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Delete My Data Request</a></p>

An end-user can click the respective links and get directed to our data request and/or data delete forms to complete their request.


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