Your mailbox has certainly been invaded recently following the implementation of the new RGPD on May 25, 2018. If you maintain your site yourself, you have certainly looked into the issue and taken some corrective actions. What about Bloom? Is Bloom natively compatible with the DGMP? What actions do you need to take to make Bloom RGPD friendly? This is what we will see in this article.
A new box has appeared in the Bloom options
There were two Bloom updates in a row after the release of the DGMP, but none of them included the box so important to the DGMP that we will see below. In the meantime, a new box has appeared and it has its importance: this box allows you to store or not store the IP address of the person who entered his email or contact details.
No checkbox in Bloom, for the moment....
Below, I will give you two possibilities to make Bloom RGPD friendly knowing that the first solution is not really to standards and that it can be a transitional solution before finding a better one.
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Bloom RGPD... or almost???
Also to be read: how to make Divi RGPD contact forms user-friendly?
Did you think to update Bloom to comply with the DGMP? Feel free to add your comments on the subject....