Consentry. Simple, GDPR-compliant cookie consent management.

Re-opening Consentry

Consentry has built-in support for allowing users to view and modify their consent preferences. You can call this function manually from anywhere you can run Javascript, or you can embed it in a link. An example would be if you wanted to allow users to view or modify their preferences directly from your cookie policy.

With code access

Directly from Javascript

You can call window.consentry.showConsentManager(); any time after Consentry is loaded to open the Consentry consent manager, which allows users to view and modify their consent for each category and service.

You can create a button or link that allows users to re-open the consent management portion of Consentry. The blurred background is for illustrative purposes only.

You can call window.consentry.showPrivacyNotice(); any time after Consentry is loaded to open the Consentry privacy notice, which contains a short summary of their consent, and allows them to click further into the consent manager.

An example of Consentry summarising all of the services that could be consented to. The blurring on the background is for illustrative purposes only.

We use this method to power the "Try it again" functionality on our homepage.

You can create a link or button that calls window.consentry.showConsentManager() in the onclick handler like this:

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<a href="#" onclick="window.consentry.showConsentManager();return false;">
  Click here to view or modify your consent preferences
</a>

We use this method to enable consent management at any time from our cookie policy.

Without code access

If you are using a website manager like Squarespace or Shopify, you might not have the ability manually modify the HTML and CSS directly. If that's the case, we recommend creating a link with the destination:

javascript:window.consentry.showConsentManager();

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