This isn’t true, as far as I know – my site doesn’t personalise any visitor’s experience, and doesn’t offer any kind of promotions. I definitely don’t want visitors to think it does either of these things.
Also, the rest of my site uses ‘s’ spellings for words such as ‘personalise’ and ‘analyse’, and I’m in a country where ‘analyse’ is always spelt that way. As I’m running an editing and proofreading service, it’s important to have consistent spelling that’s seen as 'correct' in this country.
Could you please give us some way of customising the message?
There also isn't an option to disable/customize the banner and the opt-out element in case you provide your own techniques...
It's possible to add the possibility to translate the opt-out element in other language please...or an option to personalize it?
Hi there. The banner is supposed to update the language based on location. Like Adam said I'm not sure when/if customization will be implemented, but we are definitely providing all the feedback submitted by everyone. b
Thanks, Bernadette, and thanks to whoever made the change.
There is a problem with it, though: it doesn't show the 'standard' text. So, when someone is using the settings page, they won't know what they're customising, unless they can see it somewhere else. (I'm OK, and so will be anyone else who sees this thread, as the text is in my original post.)
Thanks for the feedback, @GrahamH66. I agree that could make things difficult if you want to make a small change or addition to the language. One thing you can do is visit your site in an incognito window or private window so the banner shows. If you're outside of europe you'll need to change the settings of the banner so it shows for everyone first, though.
Although I'm OK now, I haven't clicked on 'Accept as solution' yet, as there's still that problem on the settings screen - it doesn't show the default wording, so no one can see what they're customising.