Profile Properties with Permission Levels Plugin

The Profile Properties with Permission Levels interaction displays the profile properties that belong to each of the three permission levels (Level 0 - "Static" by default, Level 1 "Optimized" by default, and Level 2 "Dynamic" by default). This is very useful for showing website visitors which anonymous and/or personal information is assigned a value by each of the permission levels. Displaying this information can help a website visitor select the best option depending on the experience they want to have on your website, from highly personalized and relevant to highly private and static. Note: No values for profile properties are shown by this interaction: this is simply a list of which profile properties fall under which level.

The Profile Properties with Permission Levels interaction is not installed in BlueConic by default. It must be manually added. An example of this interaction can be installed from the following URL:

http://plugins.blueconic.net/profileproperties_permissionlevels/1.0.0/profileproperties_permissionlevels.xml

Note: The Profile Properties with Permission Levels interaction available at the above URL is an example of how you can show which profile properties fall under which permission levels. The version of this interaction provided by BlueConic is not meant to be used in production environments. BlueConic recommends that you make a copy of the XML of this interaction and then apply your own styling and text if you want to use this interaction on a live website. Contact your application manager for more information.

This interaction should be used in conjunction with the Opt in - Opt out interaction. The Opt in - Opt out interaction makes it possible for the website visitor to select their own personal permission level.

The profile properties that belong to each permission level is decided upon by your application manager and developers and are different for each website. For complete information on the properties that belong to the permission levels on your website, contact your application manager and/or developers. For best results, you should ensure that the link to the permission level information that this interaction displays is clearly visible and can easily be found by website visitors.

Profile Properties with Permission Levels configuration

The settings that you configure for the Profile Properties with Permission Levels are described below.

Header Level 0

In this field, enter a title for the profile properties that fall under Level 0. All profile properties that will not be tracked when permission level 0 is selected will appear under the header.

Header Level 0 Intro

In this field, enter a short explanation of what is being shown by this interaction. Explain that the profile properties that belong to each permission level are shown and that this information should be used to select an appropriate permission level. This text appears below the "Header Level 0" section.

Header Level 1

In this field, enter a title for the profile properties that fall under Level 1. Any profile properties that are assigned a value when permission level 1 is selected will appear under the header.

Header Level 2

In this field, enter a title for the profile properties that fall under Level 2. Any profile properties that are assigned a value when permission level 2 is selected will appear under the header.

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When you have filled in all the fields, click [Save].