Privacy e conformità Shopify , 94 recensioni
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No matter how many times I press accept, the banner keeps coming back every time I go to another page or product.
The app look great and have all the options we need in a well integrated manner... but it don't show up on mobile browsers on the canadian market. After lenghty exchanges with Shopify assistance, no solution in sight... except looking for another app.
I installed app and made cookie banner active. However, cookie banner wasn't displaying. Two long painful chats with Shopify support...and I learn that this app only shows the banner to users with EU IPs. Why doesn't it work in the USA? What am I missing?!
doesn have option to adjust size of the app
As others state. This is really hopeless.
In my shop it wouldn't even show up - and the supporter on live chat gave me some really hopeless suggestions that I just wrote that I already tried.
Also - the app does not offer the ability to re-open the cookie bar for the user - which is required in some countries.
Useless if you are in the US selling to the US. No mention of this until taking the time to install.
I honestly can't tell if this app does literally anything. The banner doesn't appear in any way, shape, or form, even after trying to preview it. I haven't seen it on any browser, even if I'm using incognito mode. I've tried many different settings and configurations, but nothing seems to change. Also the opt-out aspect doesn't seem to do anything. It simply generates a page with opt-out info, no actual way to opt-out of data collection. Am I missing something here, or is this app 100% useless?
The app gives no option to translate the banner, which makes it not good for an European Market. The design was nice, but such a basic feature missing really destroys the usefulness of it.
This isn't even the bare minimum... Since there is no opt-out function, it is impossible to have a truly GDPR-compliant Shopify website (without hiring developers to custom code something I guess?) I thought using Shopify meant I wouldn't have to learn how to code or hire developers. And I thought Shopify would help us sell worldwide (your homepage hero banner currently says "The global commerce platform"). Why do we all have to figure this out on our own? Wouldn't Shopify's developers be in the best position to build a proper opt-out app? I am embarrassed to have this banner on my shop.
Horrific experience. Terrible app. Absolutely ZERO support. Waste of time. I’ve submitted various help requests and nobody has called me back except for a general customer support person who only offered the following advice “reboot” or “check your internet connection” as if I’m an idiot who hasn’t done all those things first before I submitted various help requests to escalate my request to a developer. My request for developer help has been completely disregarded. Then I got the advice of “maybe ask a relative?” I was like…HUH?? Who’s running the ship over there these days, kindergartners? I’m close to just going to another web host. Shopify’s customer support is non-existent.