Why do I need a privacy policy?

Having a privacy policy on your website is a legal requirement and is essential for communicating how your business collects and uses your customer data. A privacy policy also helps your business stay compliant with data privacy laws, saving you from potential controversy and expensive fines.


  1. Before adding your Enzuzo Privacy Policy to your site, make sure you configure it correctly in the privacy policy settings of the Enzuzo dashboard.

  2. Once you’ve customized your privacy policy to your liking, scroll to the top of the page and click the green “Add to Website” button.

  3. In the pop up dialog, select “Embedded Policy” and click the “Copy to Clipboard” button to copy the embed code snippet.

  4. From the Wix dashboard select the site you wish to edit and click on the blue button “Edit Site

  5. From the Wix editor click the arrow next to “Page: Home” in the left sidebar, and select “Manage Pages

  6. From the “Site Pages” menu, either select an existing page you want your policy to show up on, or select “+ Add Page” and then “+ Blank Page

  7. Name your new page appropriately and then click into the page editor. This view also dictates where in your site the link will appear. In this case the link to the new page will display in the main “Site Menu” navigation.

  8. Click on (+) “Add” button and select “Embed” and choose “Embed a widget”.

  9. Place the “Embed” where you would like it to display on page and resize accordingly *Tip: click the “Stretch” icon to have the widget fill the content area.

  10. With the Embed widget selected, click on “Enter Code”. Inside the code text box, paste the code snippet you copied from the Enzuzo App. Click Update.

  11. You should now see your policy rendered in the page section. Please remember to resize the page section accordingly so your content will fit in appropriately.

  12. Once you are happy with the display of the page within the content editor, click on “Preview” to view a live preview of your new page. Click back to the editor to make any fine tune adjustments. and when you are happy with the results click on “Publish”. Your new page will now be live on your website.

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