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EULA + JH terms update
Since it took longer than anticipated to make the new JH terms available, we are extending the review period until December 15, at which point the switch to the new system and new default JH terms will take effect.
What to expect
Other than pushing back the switchover date, the rollout plan and what you can expect has not changed since last month.
Once you accept the default terms or save your custom terms in People, end users will be prompted to accept the new EULA as they log in. If you do add custom terms, end users will see them included above the default JH terms, and they will accept all the terms at once (rather than accepting two sets of terms presented separately).
If you decide not to add custom terms before the December 15 switchover date, the new system and default JH terms will take effect on December 15 (whether or not you have accepted the JH default EULA in People), and any custom terms you had provided previously will not be included.