Shopware offers you an overview of all possible configurations on this topic in the basic settings under Additional settings > Privacy. In the course of this article, we will explain in detail what the individual settings do.
All areas in which you submit personal data to Shopware via a form (e.g. registration, contact form, ..) can optionally be enhanced by a privacy notice.
If you want to change the snippet, you can edit the following text snippet: PrivacyText
In addition to a simple text with notice, you can also optionally confirm this with a checkbox. This setting only works if the previous option was activated! Also the "Data protection information will be shown" option has to be activated to use this setting.
If you don't change this configuration, a checkbox will normally be displayed in the checkout, which the customer must actively confirm before purchasing your products. If you want this checkbox to be hidden, you can activate this option.
In order to enable a personal address in the newsletter, you can optionally request further information from the customer for registrations without a customer account.
Shopware stores all opt-in registrations in the table s_core_optin, this data is automatically cleaned up by the Cronjob Opt-In table Cleanup.
With this option you can activate the double opt-in for newsletter subscriptions. If you want to edit the opt-in e-mail, you will find it as sOPTINNEWSLETTER in the e-mail templates > System e-mails.
If you optinally want to activate the opt-in for blog comments and article reviews, you can use this setting. The e-mail template in this case is called sOPTINBLOGCOMMENT and sOPTINVOTE.
In some cases it is necessary that a customer in your shop explicitly confirms his e-mail address. If you want this, you can activate this option, you can customize this email in the template sOPTINREGISTER.
There is also a separate e-mail template for this which you can find in the e-mail templates under the name sOPTINREGISTERACCOUNTLESS. This setting can only be enabled if the Double-Opt-In for Registration option was previously enabled.
Of course it happens that an opt-in is requested, but the link is never accessed/confirmed. To clean up this data, you can define here after which period of time the entries will be deleted. This applies to all opt-in entries in general. As described above, the Cronjob Opt-In table Cleanup is responsible for this.
In order not to contact your customers unnecessarily with e-mails, you can use this option to prevent the sending of the e-mail sREGISTERCONFIRMATION.
Shopware offers the possibility - like all other common sites - to display a cookie hint in the frontend. All these settings refer explicitly to this cookie hint.
The following cookies are used as standard:
|session||Identifies the current session, the user and his shopping cart.|
|csrf||Provides protection against a CSRF attack.|
|shop||Stores the language-/subshop that the customer calls up.|
|preferences||Stores the settings from the Cookie Consent Manager.|
|slt||Ermöglicht es, den Kunden bei Rückkehr zum Shop wiederzuerkennen, auch wenn die Session bereits ausgelaufen ist.|
|decline||Is set if the visitor refuses the storage of cookies.|
|allow||Is set if the visitor allows cookies to be stored.|
|device||Stores the used device e.g. for the correct display of the shop.|
|note||If a customer adds an article to the wishlist, a cookie is set.|
|partner||Is needed to identify partners for the partner program.|
|currency||Stores the selected currency.|
|context_hash||Is required for the recognition of the tax rules.|
|no_cache||The elements that are not to be cached are stored here.|
In order for a link to your data protection conditions to be displayed in the cookie hint itself, you must enter the link to your data protection declaration here. The link to the privacy statement may differ per subshop. Via the shop tabs, you can store the correct link for the individual shops here.
If you enable this option, the cookie hint will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. The customer can hide the message by clicking the Agree button.
Note that this mode is punishable in Germany. In other countries you should check if you are allowed to activate all cookies.
Depending on the mode, the functions of the shop are limited, as the necessary cookies cannot be set.
If you have activated the cookie mode Allow technically necessary cookies, the customer has the possibility to decide in the frontend which cookies he wants to allow.
Here the customer can then activate or deactivate cookies from the following sub-areas.
These settings can also be changed at any time using the Cookie Settings option. The cookie settings can be found in the default Responsive theme in the Service/Help area or in the footer in the Information area.
With this option you can define after how many months a quick order without orders will be deleted via Cronjob Delete non-activated users.
With the Cronjob Cancelled baskets cleanup you can have canceled orders deleted regularly.
If you don't want to capture the IPs of your customers, you can enable this option. The last range of the IP address will then be anonymized automatically.