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How do I build a GDPR compliant form?

forms.app complies with GDPR and does all in its power to keep your data safe. But you have to make sure your forms are compliant with GDPR as well. This article will explain what you have to do to make it GDPR compliant when creating your online form.

Does GDPR concern you?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a law that applies to all companies that operate and collect data within the European Union. The GDPR contains many provisions, including restrictions on collecting and using personal data, consent requirements for processing personal data, and the right of individuals to know what personal data is being collected about them.

So, if you collect data and pair them up with a personal profile, the answer is yes, The GDPR does concern you. In order to avoid any penalties, you have to inform what you will do with the data you collect and get consent from each person. For more information on the GDPR, you can visit this page.

How to create a GDPR compliant form?

When creating a form, there are a few things you need to do in order to make sure it’s GDPR compliant:

1-) Include a link to your privacy policy: You can link to your privacy policy or include it in your online forms. 

2-) Allow users to change their minds and opt-out of having their data collected: When a person reaches you and wants you to delete his or her data, you should do that on the responses page.

3-) Keep track of when and how you collect personal data: forms.app’s responses and statistics pages will help you manage the data you have collected easily and effortlessly.

4-) Protect the personal data you collect: As a powerful form builder and data collection tool, it is forms.app’s job to protect your data. Thanks to our advanced encryption methods, your data is always safe and protected.

If you follow these steps, your form will be compliant with GDPR requirements. By ensuring your forms are compliant, you’ll be able to avoid any penalties that may be imposed by the GDPR.