Sometimes you want to show first time visitors that haven’t given consent yet another banner than recurring visitors. With this option you can hide elements that are not visible for first time visitors that haven’t given consent yet and hide other elements for recurring visitors.. An example of a use case would be that you only want to show an “accept all” button and an “adjust settings” button for first time visitors and all the toggles and a “save selection” button for recurring users.
Selecting an element will open a customize section in the top right side. For every element there is an option “Visibility”. You can set this value to “Always”, “Only when consent is given” and “Only when consent is not given”. “Always” meaning that the element is always visible for all users. “Only when consent is given” shows the element when the user already has his consent given, a recurring user. “Only when consent is not given” shows the element when the user has not yet given his consent. “Always” is the default option. Using this option correctly can result in two different banners for different users.
To view the different banners you can click on the button in the header that says “Consent not given” to view the banner for users that have not yet given consent or “Consent given” to view the banner for users that already gave consent.
Sometimes you want to show the default banner first to first time users but also want to give them an option to see the banner for “Consent given”, for instance when the user wants to select a preference for cookies. You can select the action “Adjust settings” on a button. When this button is clicked it will show the “consent given” banner. Make sure that the button “disappears” (so have visibility set on Only when consent is not given) because the button will do nothing on the “consent given” banner.