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Creating Optional Elements in a Login Portal (Opt In)

You can create optional elements in a login portal. These optional elements are enabled only if a visitor chooses to enter additional information or perform certain actions. The Opt In feature is available for the following portal elements:

Registration Form - For example, the email address field is enabled only when a visitor chooses to subscribe to a newsletter.
Social Auth - The Social Login options are enabled only when a visitor chooses to log in to the Wi-Fi with his social media account (as opposed to entering details in the registration form, for example). 
Voucher Auth Form - The Voucher code option is enabled only when a visitor chooses to log in to the Wi-Fi using a voucher code collected from a reception.

   

 

Defining User Action for Enabling Optional Elements

You can define the action that is to be performed by the visitor to enable optional elements.  It can be one of the following:

  • Visitor clicks a checkbox after reading the label text associated with it, and this enables the optional elements.
  • Visitor accepts the Terms and Conditions, and this enables the optional elements. 

 Given below are the steps:

 

  1. In the CMX Cloud Dashboard, click CONNECT&ENGAGE>Library>Portals, and select the portal of choice.
  2. In the CONTENT window, click Opt in.  
  3. Do one of the following:
    • In the Label text field, enter the Opt In checkbox text to display optional elements only after a visitor clicks this checkbox. 
    • Select the Depends on Terms & Conditions element to display optional elements only after a visitor accepts the Terms and Conditions. Note that you must first add the Terms and Conditions element to configure this option.

Configuring Optional Elements: Registration Form

 

  1. In the Registration Form element, select the Depends on opt-in element checkbox.
  2. From the Input Fields section, select the fields that should be displayed when the Opt in checkbox is selected.

Configuring Optional Elements: Social Auth

  1. In the Social Auth element, select the Depends on opt-in element checkbox.
  2. In the Content section, enter the details of the fields to be displayed.

Configuring Optional Elements: Voucher Auth Form

 

  1. In the Voucher Auth Form element, select the Depends on opt-in element checkbox.
  2. In the Content section, enter the details of the fields to be displayed.

This feature is specifically designed to be used in conjunction with the Sponsor portal element. Take a corporate office that allows only verified visitors to connect to the guest Wi-Fi. A visitor can request authentication by entering a sponsor's email ID. If the sponsor does not authenticate the visitor in time, the visitor acquires a voucher code from the reception desk and enters that at the portal. 

 

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