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opt in(to something)

To choose to participate or be involved in something. I don't usually opt into guided tours, but I'd heard good things about this one. Any student who wishes to opt in needs to have their permission slips handed in by the end of the week.
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opt in(to something)

to choose to join in. She opted into our plans. She opted in almost immediately.
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The two primary mechanisms involve allowing putative class members to either opt out of or opt in to class membership.
Opt-out classes, which include all members who do not opt out, tend to be more inclusive than opt-in classes, which include only members who affirmatively opt in. Because of inertia, an opt-in regime would result in "drastically reduce[d]" numbers of class members.
Those who want to opt in are likely to do so, and the class then will be composed of only those claimants who have expressly consented to aggregate litigation.
And self-identification in an opt-in class in which only those who opt in are potentially included in the class gives both the court and the defendant an effective opportunity to determine whether those who have opted in really do fit within the class definition.
As long as the number of class members who opt in exceeds around forty, (138) and as long as joining them together would be impracticable, then the class will have met the numerosity requirement.
Don't make it appear as though checks or recurring debits won't be covered if the customer doesn't opt in to the ATM/debit card program.
Don't trick them--don't imply that their ATM/debit card won't work unless they opt in, and don't offer better account terms if they do (that is a violation of the rule).
Linford believes instead that "opt in"--prohibiting companies from adding addresses to lists unless their owners have given their specific consent--is the key to effective anti-spam legislation.
I "opt in" because I Want to know when the Gucci Hobo Bag is discounted, if ever.
For example, let's say I visit a site that sells vitamins and I opt in to receive additional information.
We also see this as potentially your most fragile segment--they trust you with highly personal location data and expect two things in return: high-value utility from the app (give them a reason to opt in that makes the app experience richer), and judicious use of their information.
"Our expectations were to build somewhere north of 10,000 likes, and we hoped some reasonable number of those would actually register and opt in," Lindseth adds.
Perhaps the best way to guarantee your customers want to hear from you is giving them the opportunity to opt in to receive information about you.
If you choose to be with us, please click here.'" In the end, after customers were given the opportunity to opt in, The Right Start was left with 25,000 legitimate customers.
If the same mailer got a response rate of 2 percent by selecting only the opt ins, its cost per order would be $25.