When a user shares their details with you, Yoti generates two user identifiers and provides them to your web application. One of these identifiers relates the user globally across your organisation and the second is specific to the application they are sharing with. If a user visits your web app again, the same identifier is provided, so that your system can recognise them as returning users. If you would like your application to be anonymous you will need to untick this in the Yoti Dashboard.
Articles in this section
- What is Yoti Dashboard?
- What can I do with on Yoti Dashboard?
- How does Yoti Dashboard work? How do I access it?
- What are Yoti receipts?
- Why won’t the QR code scan?
- What happens to my Dashboard if I lose my phone?
- How can I add Collaborators to my Dashboard?
- Can I delete my pages or apps?
- Why would I accept an unverified attribute?
- Why have you changed from a Postal Address to Structured Postal Address format?