Customer portal privacy policy

Customer portal privacy policy

OctopusPro allows you to add your customized privacy policy to be added and displayed on the customer portal, as privacy laws require you to have a privacy policy on your website if you collect personal information from your website visitors.

Some of these laws include:

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from the EU

The California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) from the US

The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) in Canada

These laws and many others all have reach far beyond the country they originate in. Since your WordPress website is accessible to users around the world, you’ll need to comply with these laws by having a Privacy Policy posted, regardless of where you’re personally located.

To add and edit your privacy policy on the customer portal, Go to Settings > Customer portal > General settings, you will be directed to the general settings page to set up your privacy policy.

You can write your privacy policy in the following text box in the general settings to be displayed on the customer portal.


The URL of privacy policy page will appear in the footer of your customer portal home page.

Your customers will click on the link below and they will be redirected to the terms and conditions of your website on the customer portal.

If you don’t already have a privacy policy, it’s advisable that you generate one. You can use this tool provided by TermsFeed to generate a privacy policy for your website within minutes.

For more information please visit Octopuspro user guide, and subscribe to our youtube channel.


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