The visitor agreement feature is an easy way for you to have your guests read, sign and accept your health and safety notices, non-disclosure agreements or welcome messages. 

It's also the place to show your data policy disclosures for compliance with GDPR. 

Configuring your visitor agreement

To configure the visitor agreement: 

  • Log into your dashboard.
  • Navigate to the 'Settings' tab.
  • Click on 'Visitor Agreement'.


Visitor agreement type

The visitor agreement type can be PDF or Plain Text.

PDF visitor agreement

If you are uploading a PDF document, please follow the below process once on the Visitor Agreement page:

  • Ensure that PDF is selected from the 'Visitor Agreement Type' drop-down menu.
  • Then click on 'Upload PDF'.
  • Choose the PDF file and 'Upload'.
  • PDF visitor agreements should be one file, of no more than five pages long.
  • The maximum file size should not exceed 10 MB.
  • PDF files should be A4.
  • PDF files should be saved in portrait prior to upload. Landscape files will not load.
  • Use the Preview button to see your agreement in the way it will appear to your visitors.

Plain Text visitor agreements

  • Plain text is the default setting for visitor agreements. 
  • Simply edit text within the editor. 
  • You can add your logo directly to the agreement. On the visitor agreement page, you'll see an 'Upload Logo' button on the right-hand side. 
  • Supported file types: .png or .jpg file.


How to download the visitor agreement?

  • Navigate to the 'Timeline' view on your visitors tab.
  • Click on a visitor name and then click on the 'Download Agreement' button.
  • To see all agreement of a single visitor, simply use the search bar and search their name. This will return all visit results. 


Can my visitors get a copy of their signed visitor agreement?

Yes, they can. During registration visitors can choose to have the agreement emailed to them simply by entering their email.

*SwipedOn does not collect nor use your visitors' email addresses entered for this purpose.


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