Untracked Terms and Conditions
Untracked Terms and Conditions can be rendered while completing a Petition by placing them in the Petition Conclusion of an Enrollment Flow. There is no enforcement of T&C (ie: the petitioner does not need to click anything other than the normal submit button) and there is no record kept of agreement.
This capability is not currently available (CO-925).
Tracked Terms and Conditions
COmanage Registry can track agreement to Terms and Conditions for CO participants. In order to enable this feature, define Terms and Conditions via Organizations >> CO >> Configuration >> Terms and Conditions.
When defining Terms and Conditions, note the following fields:
- URL: The URL at which the Terms and Conditions can be found. This URL will be retrieved and rendered in the browser when the Terms and Conditions are reviewed for agreement. It is suggested that the target page be relatively simple in terms of markup.
- COU: Terms and Conditions can apply to members of a specific COU. If no COU is specified, then they are applied to all members of the CO.
- Status: Only Active Terms and Conditions are presented for agreement.
Agreement At Enrollment
Terms and Conditions at enrollment can be configured in several ways. This configuration is available per-Enrollment Flow.
- Explicit Consent: In order to submit the enrollment form, the petitioner must review and then agree to each relevant Terms and Conditions. Agreement is recorded at the time of submission.
- Implied Consent: Relevant Terms and Conditions are presented on the enrollment form, but the agreement box is pre-checked (and cannot be unchecked). Petitioners are encouraged, but not required, to review the Terms and Conditions before submission. Agreement is recorded at the time of submission.
- Splash Page: Not currently implemented (CO-923). However, see Agreement After Enrollment, below, for similar functionality.
- Ignore: Terms and Conditions are neither presented nor required at enrollment.
Relevant Terms and Conditions at Enrollment
When an Enrollment Flow is configured for either Explicit Consent or Implied Consent, the following constraints are applied:
- Authentication must be required for the Enrollment Flow.
- The Terms and Conditions apply to the entire CO. T&C that are specific to a COU will not be prompted for during enrollment (CO-700).
- The Terms and Conditions must be in Active status.
Agreement After Enrollment
An already active CO Person can login to Registry and review Terms and Conditions via the My Identity menu.
In addition, a CO can enforce agreement to Terms and Conditions at login. This setting is enabled via CO Settings >> Terms and Conditions Mode. Note that current agreements are retrieved at login but enforced when a CO-specific page is retrieved. Therefore, if this setting is changed, currently logged in users will not be required to agree to pending Terms and Conditions until their next login.
Only login to Registry is affected, not to applications that are integrated with COmanage. In a future release, it may be possible to disable access to services until Terms and Conditions are agreed to (CO-928).
Requiring Terms and Conditions at login applies to CO and COU administrators as well, and they will be required to agree to any pending T&C before accessing most Registry functions.
Agreement on Behalf After Enrollment
A CO Admin may agree to Terms and Conditions on behalf of a CO Person by viewing the appropriate CO Person record and selecting Review Terms and Conditions.
Reviewing Terms and Conditions
The Terms and Conditions agreed to by individual CO People can be viewed by retrieving the appropriate CO Person record and selecting Review Terms and Conditions.
Reporting capabilities are planned (CO-701).
Editing Terms and Conditions
If a tracked Terms and Conditions is edited (changing the URL, the description, etc), existing T&C Agreements will be considered valid, though as of Registry v1.1.0 the existing agreements will point to the original definition.
To change Terms and Conditions in such a way as to require everyone to agree to them, create a new Terms and Conditions entry.