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Enforcing 'terms and rules' field acceptance

I would like to be able at member login to force members to agree to Terms and Rules if they have not already done so. Also, if Terms and Rules change, set the checkbox to unchecked so as to force all members to agree again.

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  • Tim Swanson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Organizations that require waivers, such as outdoor clubs, must demonstrate strong processes around annual waiver collection for liability and insurance purposes. Acknowledgement of waivers annually and with any change is critical and should be enforced upon members' first log in after the new waiver comes into effect.

  • Gail commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree and also would like to have an option to enforce that any required fields that have not been yet filled in could be enforced at the time of login.
    Thanks!
    Gail.

  • Dave Grimes commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I've added the Rules and Terms field and created the page that new applicants must read and approve before proceeding. However, I have imported 450 members from my former system, and they are NOT required to read and approve the Rules and Terms at Wild Apricot when they log if the Rules and Terms field is set to 'no'.

    I would like the login procedure enhanced to require existing members to approve the R&T if they have not done so previously, before they are allowed to continue the login process. For Admins not wishing this, it could be made a site option.

    If this enhancement is adopted, then changing the R&T field to 'no' via a mass export/import would also cause members to reaffirm a new R&T if the document is revised.

    This would make our liability insurer very happy.

    davegri in Denver

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