opt in(to something)

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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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Further, having taken some ownership of class membership by opting in, claimants are likely to follow the case developments with closer scrutiny and perhaps even offer advice on conflicts or inadequacies that develop.
Finally, by affirmatively opting in, class members have signaled a more reliable preference for the class mechanism over alternatives.
(176.) Bronsteen, supra note 95, at 903 ("This article suggests changing the default rule [of opt out] so that class settlements include only those who expressly assent to the terms of the settlement by opting in.").
Small to medium size businesses who cannot afford large agencies and the marketing budget it takes to convert customers with social media and email campaigns, now have a more effective alternative, and customers are opting in by the thousands.
Although workers opting in have higher incomes than average eligible salary and wage earners, auto-enrolled workers have lower than average incomes.