clarkwinkelmann Yes I've thought of that but couldn't find any useful use case. If something is optional, it's usually connected to something else and would make more sense as a separate extension. For example a newsletter opt-in would be better handled by a separate extension adding its own checkbox and syncing the state accordingly.
Yes, it makes sense, thanks for the answer.
What would you like to use that feature for ?
I need to add up to 4 separate conditions for acceptance - 3 required, 1 not,
but for this one I will use the solution described in this thread.
Scratch that. I said it too early. The idea is that the user could, but he did not have to agree to something. For example, if you are asked to give marketing consent. According to the law, I can not demand it. In this situation, even if he does not check such options, he should still be able to register.
But I have a different suggestion now, the ability to change (or leave empty) the label of the "I agree" checkbox for each policy separately. In this way you will be able to use a different form, for example:
- I accept
- I agree (to the)
I have a similar solution, three check boxes and these are required, but I still need a fourth one, which can be but does not have to be ticked. I want users to agree to receive advertising materials electronically, but I can not demand that from them.
In this way, I will be able to create a database request for emails of people who have agreed to receive such materials and send them information from time to time, e.g. about promotions.