Adding your own terms and conditions to your website is the best way to ensure you’re legally covered in any situation!

In this article:


Terms & conditions overview

Whenever a customer enrolls into one of your products they’ll have to agree to your Terms and conditions and Privacy Policy.

This is shown during checkout:

By default, we will automatically generate default legal pages that should get you covered so you don’t have to worry about that.

You can also add your custom terms and/or make any modifications to the ones we generated for you.

Pro tip: If you need help creating your own terms & conditions and/or privacy policy page you can use our Terms & Conditions generator and Privacy Policy generator.

When you’re done, just add these to your site by following the steps below!


Adding your own terms and conditions

Both legal pages are stored in your site editor. Here’s how to add and change your own terms and conditions:

Step 1: Access the Site editor by clicking on the top right-hand corner and select Edit Site.

Step 2: Click on the page navigation menu and scroll down to find your Legal pages.

There should be one for Terms and conditions and another one for Privacy Policy.

Step 3: Click on the page that you want to change to open it. This will open up the respective page you wanna edit.

Then, simply edit the page and make any modifications you’d like. You can make just a few adjustments or build a completely new page.

Step 4: When you’re done modifying your pages, click on Publish.

Pro tip: If you need help creating your own terms & conditions and/or privacy policy page you can use our Terms & Conditions generator and Privacy Policy generator.

When you’re done, just add these to your site by following the steps above!

That’s all there is to it!


Now your customers will see your own legal pages when enrolling/buying your products!

Need an extra hand setting up your terms? Contact the friendly support team using the chat icon at the bottom right, or shoot us an email: [email protected] 😄

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