How to connect Cludo to your cookie consent functionality
It is possible to add development to have the cookies set by Cludo connect with your general cookie consent formula.
For general information on cookies set by Cludo, read this article.
At the moment Cludo stores session information in local storage that persists across end-user visits, we will invoke the callback function (
cludoSettings to include the callback function (
canUserBeTracked), which will be invoked whenever we are about to track a session and is expected to return
false depending on the end user’s selected preferences stored or maintained by the customer.
Below you can find an example of a typical cludoSettings object with the addition of the
canUserBeTracked callback method. You can use this callback to leverage your own criteria for whether or not the user can be tracked and will return
true if yes or
false if no.
canUserBeTracked callback can return
false. Below, you can find a brief overview of the implications for returning each.