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Display the Statistics Category as “Always active”

If your Complianz configuration indicates that your site only collects anonymized statistics (and that collecting anonymized statistics is allowed prior to consent in your selected targeting regions), this will result in a ‘pre-checked’ toggle/slider next to the Statistics category in your Cookie Banner. As the

Google Consent Mode

Table of Contents From 5.5 onward, our premium plugin offers support for Consent Mode (beta) for the following Google Products: Google Ads Floodlight Google Analytics Google Tag Manager* *Google Tag Manager uses the built-in API and is available for all tags but is implicit to

Consent on Scroll or Time Out

Consent on Scroll or Time Out has long been the domain of Opt-out regions like the United States of America. Since the addition of Australia as a region, this has changed. Australia, although primarily an “Opt-in” region does allow for an implicit Opt-in after a

Statistics Configuration in the Wizard

Below you will find a step-by-step explanation for the questions under “statistics” in the wizard. Every answer will have a different effect on implementing your statistics tools. Let’s start with the overview: How do you want to implement your statistics tool? Additional questions if applicable

Configuring Clicky for the GDPR

It is now possible to configure Clicky – Web Analytics directly in Complianz, without needing a separate plugin or a manual implementation. After choosing “Clicky” as an analytics tool in the wizard you can add your Site ID.  This is how Complianz adds your Clicky

Removing cookies after revoking consent

Available by default in 6.1 onward, called the CookieShredder. Read more here. With Complianz, users can ask website visitors within the EU for approval to place and read cookies and local storage according to the ePrivacy Directive. Users also request consent within the rules of

Configure Google Analytics 4 for GDPR

For the legacy Google Analytics dashboard, please follow this article. Have your Google Analytics 4 Dashboard ready and you’re done in 3 minutes! Step 1. Anonymizing IP Address Complianz will anonymize IP addresses for you as long as you check all three checkboxes during statistics

Upgrade to Google Analytics 4

Update: you can now add your G-*** tracking code in Complianz and it will be handled for you. – Want to configure for GDPR, read this article If you want to upgrade to Google Analytics 4 you will need to upgrade your tracking code. If

Adding Global site tag (gtag.js) with Granular Consent

In the near future Complianz will switch to gtag.js, but in the meantime; here is how to add gtag.js, while controlling consent granularly between script tags. For Tag Manager, please follow this link. This article will consist of three steps. Configuring the wizard Adjusting gtag.js

Configuring Matomo for WordPress with Complianz

There are three four popular ways how to install Matomo for WordPress. We will describe below how to make it work with Complianz. Which one you should choose is based on the consequences per implementation. Using the Matomo official WordPress plugin. Available here.  You are

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