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Privacy Policy - Webflow
Privacy Policy - Webflow

Privacy Policy Installation Instructions for Webflow

Updated over a week ago

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 from the Enzuzo dashboard through the "Configure" page on the top nav.

  2. Once you’ve customized your Privacy Policy to your liking, click “Add to Website” in the top nav.

  3. On the "Add to Website" page, click the “Copy Code to Clipboard” button to copy the embed code snippet.

  4. Click the page icon on the left hand side and click the Create New Page icon.

    Create New Page
  5. Name the page "Privacy Policy" and click Create.

  6. While still on the newly created page, click on the + at the top left.

    + icon
  7. Scroll down to the "Components" section and click on "Embed".

    Components -> Embed
  8. Paste your generated code snippet into the text field and click "Save & Close".

    Paste code snippet -> Save and Close

  9. It's best practice to link your Privacy Policy in the footer of your site, but you can choose anywhere that you think is appropriate. Go back to your main page and scroll down to the footer section and double click it, then click the + button and select "Text Link".

    Text Link
  10. Now click "Show all Settings".

    Show all Settings
  11. Select "Page" for Type and select the "Privacy Policy" page you created earlier for Page.

    Select Privacy Policy page
  12. Change the text link's text to say "Privacy Policy" or whatever you see fit.

  13. Click "Publish" at the top right, select your website (and click the open in a new tab icon next to it), and click "Publish to Selected Domains".

  14. Now go to the tab with your website, hit refresh, and the privacy policy link should be in your footer. Click that and your custom privacy policy should be present!

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