Once an Administrator sets their Terms & Conditions, this forces Users to agree to their legal disclaimer before any activity can be conducted within Brightidea when they log in.
Users will not be able to proceed into the Initiative without accepting the Terms & Conditions. If they close the window and come back, it will still show up until the User selects the check box and agrees.
Brightidea Admins have the option to have Terms & Conditions exist on the Enterprise and/or Initiative level. This is what Users will experience once they log into Brightidea for the first time.
Enterprise Level Terms & Conditions
This is found under Enterprise Setup > Site > Terms.
Once Admins have set the Enterprise Terms, any User that logs into either the Enterprise Login page or any Initiative will be prompted with the Terms & Conditions page. After a User agrees to the Terms, they will not have to do it again unless Admins reactivates a new version by selecting "Reactivate terms for already registered users?".
By selecting "Require users to view all Terms before accepting", each User will be required to scroll to the bottom of the Terms window before they are permitted to click the "Accept" button.
Always remember to select "Save Changes" when finished.
Initiative Level Terms & Conditions
This is found under Initiative Setup > Site > Terms
If Admins wish to keep the Terms & Conditions set to one Initiative, Admins can set Initiative-level Terms by selecting "Initiative Terms and Conditions". These specific Terms will be displayed to the User once they login directly into the specific Initiative.
With this option, Initiatives can be excluded from the Enterprise Terms & Conditions. This can be applicable for large Enterprises that wish to run single or multiple Initiatives in which they require a separate set of Terms & Conditions.
If no Terms are set in Initiative Setup > Site >Terms, Terms agreement will not show for users when entering this specific Initiative only.
Important Things to Note:
- The Terms and Conditions allows HTML content to be entered, but strips it out if Admins are looking to edit it. We recommend using "Notepad" or other word processing software to create your Terms and then save it locally - Admins can then copy-and-paste easily.
- It is not possible to have the Terms & Conditions page appear every time a user logs in.
- If Admins want 'Terms and Conditions' to be disabled, simply empty the content from the Terms and Conditions text area and press the "Save Changes" button.