Permission: Campaign entities
Privacy Managers allow your organization to provide a consent experience that enables end-users to manage their data preferences at a granular level.
Create new privacy manager
Click Messages on the left-hand panel and select a regulatory regime (GDPR Messages or U.S. Privacy Messages).
Click Web/Webview from either subsequent menu.
Note: When building a message for the GDPR regulatory regime, you will have the option to select either a Web/Webview message for either TCF or Standard.
Use the property field in the upper right-hand corner to select a property for which you will create a privacy manager.
Click the Privacy Manager tab and then navigate to + New Message to create a new privacy manager.
Use the subsequent page to customize the privacy manager for the property and click Create Message when finished. In the following section, we will provide a brief overview of how to navigate the privacy manager builder.
Navigate privacy manager builder
Note: Sourcepoint recommends that you begin the configuration of the Privacy Manager from a template.
In this section, we will cover the basic layout of the privacy manager builder and how to customize components.
Configure general settings for the privacy manager at any time by clicking Home in the breadcrumbs and using the Settings panel on the right-hand side.
From the Privacy Manager Settings tab, ensure that the Vendor List Preview is set to your desired vendor list.
Note: This step is not required and only meant to allow for a preview of purposes, features, and vendors while building your privacy manager. Ultimately, the end-user will see the purposes, features, and vendors for the active vendor list to which you have added the property.
Click + in the toolbar panel to add a new component to the builder. To customize the component (or any other component, click the component in the builder and use the Settings panel on the right-hand side to customize the details of that component.
Note: The breadcrumbs will enable you to quickly see which component you are currently editing.
For additional configuration options, use the Custom CSS editor.
Apply your custom styling by adding the CSS Handle to a component.