What are cookies and how do I notify attendees about them?

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Cookies are invisible bits of data used to track activity on the internet, including your event registration. You can alert attendees that cookies are being used with a banner, but you'll need to submit a case to have the feature added to your account. Once that's done, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Compliance (GDPR). Click Edit, then scroll down to the Cookie Notification section. Switch "Notify visitors that the event website uses cookies" to Yes, then determine whether a link to Cvent's privacy policy should be included. Click Save. You can change the wording of the banner in Language Management.

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Cookies are invisible bits of data used to track activity on the internet, including your event registration. You can alert attendees that cookies are being used with a banner, but you'll need to submit a case to have the feature added to your account. Once that's done, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Compliance (GDPR). Click Edit, then scroll down to the Cookie Notification section. Switch "Notify visitors that the event website uses cookies" to Yes, then determine whether a link to Cvent's privacy policy should be included. Click Save. You can change the wording of the banner in Language Management.

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Cookies are invisible bits of data used to track activity on the internet, including your event registration. You can alert attendees that cookies are being used with a banner, but you'll need to submit a case to have the feature added to your account. Once that's done, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Compliance (GDPR). Click Edit, then scroll down to the Cookie Notification section. Switch "Notify visitors that the event website uses cookies" to Yes, then determine whether a link to Cvent's privacy policy should be included. Click Save. You can change the wording of the banner in Language Management.

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Cookies are invisible bits of data used to track activity on the internet, including your event registration. You can alert attendees that cookies are being used with a banner, but you'll need to submit a case to have the feature added to your account. Once that's done, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Compliance (GDPR). Click Edit, then scroll down to the Cookie Notification section. Switch "Notify visitors that the event website uses cookies" to Yes, then determine whether a link to Cvent's privacy policy should be included. Click Save. You can change the wording of the banner in Language Management.

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Cookies are invisible bits of data used to track activity on the internet, including your event registration. You can alert attendees that cookies are being used with a banner, but you'll need to submit a case to have the feature added to your account. Once that's done, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Compliance (GDPR). Click Edit, then scroll down to the Cookie Notification section. Switch "Notify visitors that the event website uses cookies" to Yes, then determine whether a link to Cvent's privacy policy should be included. Click Save. You can change the wording of the banner in Language Management.

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Cookies are invisible bits of data used to track activity on the internet, including your event registration. You can alert attendees that cookies are being used with a banner, but you'll need to submit a case to have the feature added to your account. Once that's done, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Compliance (GDPR). Click Edit, then scroll down to the Cookie Notification section. Switch "Notify visitors that the event website uses cookies" to Yes, then determine whether a link to Cvent's privacy policy should be included. Click Save. You can change the wording of the banner in Language Management.

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