Currently when someone disables cookies in Hubspot, Hubspot plants a small opt out cookie that prevents the message from popping up again. Can't Hubspot provide a similar consent cookie if someone opts in to receive them. This would then allow Hubspot to look to cookies when someone connects to our website. If they currently have the Opt-In cookie or the Opt-out cookie it will not display the cookie pop up. But if they have neither, it will. The issue we have now is that if someone came to our site before the cookie pop up was enabled, they already have Hubspot tracking cookies. This is preventing the Hubspot banner from popping up. However this is also preventing us from asking permission to consent for cookies. People don't know they already have our Hubspot cookies- which I would think goes against GDPR (we are tracking information without their knowledge of consent).
Can there be some changes to Hubspot cookies that will allow this functionality? Seems like it would just be adding one more cookie (following cookie enabling) and changing what the cookie functionality looks for to decide whether to pop up or not.