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You get to the authentication page and you will have to either create an account by clicking on "create an account", or log in with your Facebook or Google account.
Once it's done, you get to an agency back office which is empty, but allows you to centralize all your projects.
You get to the configuration of your cookie management tool and you need to type your email address without the https:// then click on next
In the integration part you will find the SDK, which you will need to enter on the footer of your website
If you do not know how to integrate it on your website, you can consult the redirection below
You can then choose the pre-configuration of your cookie management:
The Audience and Advertising Measurement is a pre-configured cookie version with a welcome screen and a consent screen with two pixels by default : Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel. This is a configuration we found very often that enables you to follow your Analytics and link your website to Facebook
A configuration only made to track statistics. The best for showcase websites
This is a configuration that you can program yourself by choosing two screens and two cookies which you can choose and define.
For more information concerning this configuration, you can go see :
Once this is done, your cookie configuration is generated automatically and all is left to do is click on "publish" then "confirm"
Once you do this, your cookie version will be online. You can now go back to your website worry-free :-)
Once you finalize the configuration of your version, you can get to the "technical integration" step to link your Axeptio version to your cookies. To do this, you have two types of integration possible
The integration with tag manager enables you to simply define a trigger to launch the cookies by clicking on your Axeptio widget. For more information, you can see :