GDPR structure and instructions
It has been raised before regarding consent forms. Can we get the structure in place to collect data and a handbook on how to treat data once stored? It should be a top priority with the financial penalties in place for salon owners not treating data properly.
Here’s a link with more information around GDPR and how Shedul are ensuring compliance:
Please note, by Shedul being GDPR compliant, this does not automatically make your business compliant by default.
Could we please have an update on this as the date is coming up farst
Do we now have an opt in for online booking and is there text explaining everything?
Also , How do we advise existing customers and how do we get them to opt in as they already n the system?
Please could you update us urgently as the date is now imminent and I do not want to stop using your great system
Hi Team, having a read only user function that can see the next appointment but hiding the customer name or the service they are in for would also fall under gdpr so that appointment screens can be displayed on tv’s of wall mounted iPads etc...
I would like to know wether the auto email facility for reminding people of their appointments contains a statement regarding permission to contact and a means by which they can opt out or unsubscribe easily. This is essential for GDPR compliance so very urgent if not in place. Please advise
It would be great to have Shedul compliant with the legislation prior to it becoming compulsory. Thanks
Is Shedul in line with GDPR requirements?
I would like to learn more about this, does this system collect a consent for holding emails ect to send reminders?
GDPR comes into effect in May, can we have an update as to what's happening?
I have just noticed that a clients details remain in the system even when a client is deleted (email, name, DOB, address etc) - they are simply marked as deleted and all their information appears to still be available against past appointments made. I have raised this question as the new GDPR legislations mean that there is the right to be forgotten which would mean the need to legally remove all traces of someone. https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/right-to-erasure/