Policy Generator FAQs

Can I upload my own policies and edit them in the Termly dashboard?
Currently, you cannot upload policies that you've written yourself onto the Termly dashboard. This is for the protection of your own business, as craft...
My policy has a red banner that reads “Not published” across it in the dashboard. What does this mean?
If you have an unpublished policy, there are two possible reasons why. 1. You started creating your policy, but have not yet hit the Publish button at ...
Is it safe to use a policy generator for my website / app?
Yes — each Termly policy is handcrafted by licensed attorneys with state, federal, and international regulations in mind, and is customized specifically for...
Can I use Termly's Terms and Conditions for my app on the iOS Store?
Yes. Our Terms and Conditions policy is structured to fit websites, ecommerce businesses, mobile apps on Google Play, iOS, and more. Our generator can c...
Can I edit my policy after it’s been published?
Yes, you can edit your policy at any time. Visit your dashboard and click on the policy you wish to edit. Click the button that says Edit in the upper-...
Can I use Termly's Terms and Conditions for my app on the Google Play Store?
Yes. Our Terms and Condition policy is structured to fit websites, ecommerce businesses, mobile apps using iOS or apps listed on the Google Play Store, and ...
What happens to my policies after I cancel?
The policies will no longer be supported once your account has expired or been canceled. Links to your policies will lead users to a page displaying an erro...
How do I add a hyperlink to my policy?
Adding a hyperlink to your policy is simple. 1) Copy the HTML format below to the input fields in the policy builder.  <a href="your website u...
Can I use my policies for different domains?
To comply with various data privacy laws, each domain needs its own unique and dedicated policy. Our Pro+ plan offers the option to purchase extra policy li...
I just updated my policy, do I need to let my customers know?
Yes. As any changes — big or small — will result in what is legally considered an entirely new policy, you need to inform your users of these changes. Luck...