Two-step verification login

In the top right, click on 'Account' > 'My account' > 'Two-step login', under 'Privacy & Safety'.

Enable two-step login verification to make your account extra secure. This is a safety process that is required during the WebinarGeek login process. Apart from your password, you’ll also need to enter an additional code. This extra code is generated with an app on your phone.

Click here for more information about setting your two-step login verification.

Permission fields

In the top right, click on 'Account' > 'My account' > 'Permission fields', under 'Privacy' & 'Safety'.

Because of for example the GDPR legislation it’s necessary to ask permission to process/save the personal details of people that register.

For this purpose, you can create permission fields that will be valid for all webinars in your account. Click here to learn how to set up these permission fields.

You can also create a separate permission field for each webinar. Click here for more information about how to create a separate permission field for each webinar.

IP restrictions

Please note: IP restrictions isn’t available in every package. Please check out the pricing page for more details.

Configure a set of IP addresses to restrict access to your webinars.

Click at the top right on “Account” > “My account” > “IP Restrictions”, under “Privacy & Security”.

Set one IP address per line.

Click here for more information about how to set this up.

Viewing your data

In the top right, click on 'Account' > 'My account' > 'View data', under 'Privacy & Safety'.

You can use this functionality to allow someone to view his or her personal data that’s been saved within your account. We generate a data view link for each request, which you can share with the individual. Click here for more information about viewing data.

Agreements

In the top right, click on 'Account' > 'My account' > 'View data', under 'Privacy & Safety'.

Here you’ll find the agreements that are relevant to your WebinarGeek account, including the Terms & Conditions and the Data Processing Agreement (DPA).

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