You probably have noticed the many updates we released in the past week.
We are happy to announce the first add-on to the WP-GDPR core plugin.
When you use Gravity Forms in your WordPress website, all entries are stored in the database. According to the GDPR a visitor must be able to manage his/her personal data. With this add-on we add the Gravity Forms entries to the personal data overview.
When you request to delete an entry, according to the GDPR, the website admin can handle this analogue to the workflow of the WP-GDPR core plugin.
We released a first version of the WP-GDPR-core plugin through the WordPress Plugins directory.
Don’t hesitate to download and install the plugin.
We’re looking forward to your feedback! (and reviews of course!)
If you have any question or remark on the WP-GDPR plugin, please put it on the support forum
We plan to add some extra features and updates to the interface soon.
Since 25th of May is there soon, we’ll try to keep up the pace and will release on a regular basis.
Early 2017 we heard about the possible impact of GDPR on web development. We then realized the impact on our clients business is enormous. In the meantime, initiatives to make WordPress GDPR compliant were taken by the large WordPress community.
Some blog posts (Blog post sources ) made us think about a reusable solution for our clients.
Today we start developing a plugin that assists you in making your WordPress website GDPR compliant.
You can follow development through this website.
Update February 13th:
We moved the repository to github and made it publicly available.
Please join us at https://github.com/WP-GDPR/wp-gdpr-core
Of course we accept pull requests!