The following Notice Types exist within Centercode:

  1. Agreement - This Notice Type requires the user to enter personal information (username and password or email address for sites using Single Sign-On) to digitally Agree to the details included. Typically this is used to force Users to complete a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) or some other required Legal Copy.
  2. Block - This Notice Type halts the Users progress into the Community or Project level (depending on which level of the site it is created in). This is typically used to block Users of an Applicants Team from entering a Project until such time as they are accepted and moved to an appropriate Member Team.
  3. Click Through - This Notice Type can be passed by simply clicking on a button at the bottom of the form, and is typically used to relay important information to a User Team, such as a downtime notification, new Release download available, or simply to update a Team of Users with some basic Project information.
  4. Password - This Notice Type requires the user to enter a custom Password into the field to continue into the Community or Project (depending on which level of the site it is created in). This could be used to require an additional Password to access a particularly sensitive Project (that only specific Team members are aware of), or perhaps to simply add an additional layer of protection to Internal users logging in to the site (requiring them to enter an internal company password in addition to their standard login credentials).
  5. Yes/No - This Notice Type will prompt Users with information followed by a Yes or No button, that can be used in conjunction with a Notice Macro to do varying actions to the User based on which response they select. The results of Yes and No responses can also be tracked via Filters and Views to see what users responses to the Notice were.
  6. HTTP - This Notice Type is used for integration to other systems, and is sometimes set up to interface with outside items such as an external NDA form, or other external systems.
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