• Resolved catmaniax



    As the new too complicated GDPR law goes live in May 25th I wanted to ask you if there are plans to make the plugin compatible and add new features/settings to it concerning data collection from the users/visitors and also presenting that information to them in the frontend and options to opt-out if they wish.

    I’d like to hear your input on this because it concerns everyone I think, especially since the plugin is used for Google Analytics.

    Please let me know.

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  • Plugin Author Adnan



    We are working on it and will definitely support GDPR and make our plugin compatible with it.

    We will update our users around 20th May i.e before the law takes effect on 25th May.

    That’s good to hear, I will be waiting for the update 🙂

    Plugin Author Adnan


    I just released a GDPR Compatible update and wrote a guide here.




    Thanks for giving us some tools to manage GDPR requirements.

    I have two questions:
    – Does the opt-out work if a user is not logged into WordPress?
    – Will you be implementing ways to prevent Google from placing cookies (easiest way is to allow tags to be added to the cookie setting scripts, so other plugins like cookiebot can manage them). PixelYourSite has made a great solution for their plugin, I would love to see a similar implementation from analitify!

    Kind regards,



    Looking forward for a reply 🙂

    I’d like to know too.

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