(intr, adverb) to choose to be involved in or part of a scheme, etc
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Words nearby opt in
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Example sentences from the Web for opt in
Lulu, the mobile dating app for women, has changed its system to allow men to opt-in.
Provide an opt-in system for religious organisation who wish to conduct marriages for same-sex couples.