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Ability to add Privacy and Terms and Condition type pages to a site

Strikingly excels at single page websites. But sometimes one must have legal pages. The only way to add legal pages to a Strikingly site is to host these pages elsewhere (self-defeating!) or to purchase additional Strikingly sites, one per legal page (expensive and a pain-in-the-butt). Certainly there must be a better way to handle this requirement under the standard paid plans?

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    Happiness Officer
    Commentaire officiel

    Hey there!

    Good news! We are super happy to announce that we just rolled out a Cookies Policy and Terms & Conditions. Both will be available and customizable on your site editor, and displayed on the Simple Store Check Out and the Footer of the site.  

    You can check out more about Cookies Policy and for Terms & Conditions.

    Check it out and let us know what do you think!!

    Cheers!

    Aura.

     

     

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    Lydia Sugarman

    I'd like to be able to add a separate Privacy policy link in the footer along w/ Terms of Service or, the Terms of Service title should be editable so you can have whatever title you have in mind for both links (Terms of Service and Privacy Policy)

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    Brigitte

    I would like to reiterate that not being able to add a Privacy Policy or other additional linkable footers like a Refund Policy is a gap. If not made available soon, please make the "Terms of Service" title editable. 

    Thank you

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