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Utilizing the PSL Terms of Service Editor

It is important to have Plan Sponsors understand the terms and conditions for working within the PlanSponsorLink site. The PSL Terms of Service Editor allows the TPA to create a disclaimer regarding the use of the website that Plan Sponsors must agree to before being granted access to the PSL site. 

 

Tier Availability:  Core, Team, Essential, Premium, Business

Add-On Availability: PlanSponsorLink

Security Rights Required: Maintenance

 

The PSL Terms of Service Editor can be accessed by clicking Maintenance>Preferences>PSL Terms of Service Editor. Users can add and edit content and toggle the Terms of Service as active as updates are made. 

Using the PSL Terms of Service Editor

  1. Click Maintenance>Preferences>PSL Terms of Service Editor. A browser will open to the Terms of Service Editor.
  2. Create the Terms of Service in the content box. 
  3. Click the Active checkbox at the bottom of the editor to make the Terms of Service active on PlanSponsorLink.
  4. Click Save to complete.

When and Where does the Terms of Service appear?

Toggling the Active checkbox in the Terms of Service Editor makes the Terms of Service active on PlanSponsorLink. Unchecking the Active box removes the Terms of Service from the PlanSponsorLink site.

A Plan Sponsor that has not accessed PSL before will see the Terms of Service after entering their credentials into the PSL login page. The Plan Sponsor must agree to the Terms of Service before being granted access to the PSL site. After initially agreeing to the Terms of Service, the Plan Sponsor will not see or need to agree to the Terms of Service when logging into PSL in the future. 

When working with the PSL Terms of Service Editor, the user will a see, at the bottom right of the editor, a Clear Acceptance button. This button clears all of the Plan Sponsors' acceptance of the Terms of Service. If the Terms of Service has been cleared, the Plan Sponsor will need to agree to the Terms of Services again before being granted access to PSL. This can be helpful when the Terms of Service has been updated. 

 

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